Diigo Bookmarks 06/26/2019
- The Anatomy of Accessible Forms: Error Messages | Deque
"Now that we understand a bit about placeholders, required fields, and creating accessible forms using native HTML, let's look at form validation and error identification."
- Usablenet - Midyear ADA Web & App Accessibility Lawsuit Report [BLOG]
"The rate of lawsuits filed in federal courts related to website and app accessibility has now hit a rate of one-an-hour, that's 8 a day, 40 per week and set to be on pace for over 2,000 lawsuits again this year."
- Why I don't use web components - DEV Community
"The biggest frustration of all is that we already have really good component models. We're still learning, but the basic problem -- keep the view in sync with some state by manipulating the DOM in a component-oriented fashion -- has been solved for years."
- Converting divs into accessible pseudo-buttons - Ben Frain
"This post attempts to take you through the steps of how to, in some ways, convert an unopionated HTML element into a accessible 'pseudo-button', and hopefully convinces you to just use a button."
- Beginner's Guide to Variable Fonts: Part 1 | Viget
"Variable fonts allow us as designers and front-end developers to create highly responsive and engaging interfaces that also cut down on load time. The best part? They're super easy to use. Essentially, variable fonts are one font file that behaves like multiple font files."
- The Simplest Ways to Handle HTML Includes | CSS-Tricks
"It's extremely surprising to me that HTML has never had any way to include other HTML files within it. Nor does there seem to be anything on the horizon that addresses it. I'm talking about straight up includes, like taking a chunk of HTML and plopping it right into another."