Issue #350

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Featured: The problem with sticky menus that appear on scroll

Adam Silver has cranked out a handful of helpful, concise posts recently on accessibility and user experience. This week Adam shares tips on sticky menus.

Read more of The problem with sticky menus that appear on scroll and what to do instead.

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News, resources, tools and tutorials

New to A11y

I ran into this introduction to HTML-first frontend frameworks recently, and thought you all would find it valuable. Sure, it doesn’t directly address accessibility in the classic sense, but does touch on two topics that cross boundaries with an accessible experience: progressive enhancement and performance. The table comparing the frameworks will help you determine which one you might want to explore first.

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