Featured: In defence of graceful degradation and where progressive enhancement comes in
Adam Silver explains why graceful degradation has come to earn its bad reputation, and why it’s time to rethink it.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Menu (or not) (blog post – marcus.io)
- Delight comes last (blog post – matthewstrom.com)
- Three in four guide dogs report being illegally refused from public spaces (blog post – enablemagazine.co.uk)
- Getting started with web performance? Here’s what you need to focus on (blog post – speedcurve.com)
- What web designers can do to speed up mobile websites (blog post – smashingmagazine.com)
- Link + disclosure widget navigation (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- How accessibility trees inform assistive tech (blog post – hacks.mozilla.org)
- Internet trends and what they mean for accessibility (blog post – 3playmedia.com)
- Web components and the AOM (video – youtube.com)
- Updated: Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA, alternatives to visual turing tests on the web (blog post – w3.org)
- What to include on the accessibility help page on your website (webinar – abilitynet.org.uk)
- Not one 2020 candidate has a website that is accessible to the blind (blog post – vox.com)
New to A11y
David Walsh teaches you about the benefits of the :focus-within property. With it, you can modify styles of elements when an element or its parent has keyboard focus. It’s new-ish and may be something you haven’t learned yet.
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