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Form elements provide a decent range of accessibility options: label elements match up label text with their corresponding field elements, fieldsets group together similar input elements and the legend provides a succinct title for these groupings of fields. With those elements alone, forms are fairly simple to mark up in an accessible manner. The difficulty […]
It’s common knowledge that screenreaders won’t read out content styled with display: none, but that doesn’t mean content should not be styled this way. There are times when it is appropriate to style content this way, but we need to be careful. Progressive enhancement with display: none Core content should never be styled with display: […]