Raindrop.io Bookmarks 09/27/2021
- Beware False Negatives | Adrian Roselli
"When developers or even spec writers say WCAG Success Criterion 4.1.1 Parsing (A) is no longer a thing to worry about, they are simply wrong."
- Simplifying Form Styles With accent-color -- Smashing Magazine
"The new CSS accent-color property makes it quick and easy to roll out our brand colors to certain form inputs by leveraging user agent styles. In this article we'll take a look at what it does and how to use it alongside color-scheme for simple, accessible checkboxes and radio buttons -- and imagine how we might use it in the future."
- How to write about web performance | Read the Tea Leaves
"My point in writing all this is to try to convince you (if you've read this far) that it is indeed valuable for you to write about web performance. Even if you don't feel like you really understand how browsers work."
"We recommend restricting pages to a maximum of < 300kb of script (compressed). Where possible, use code splitting to break up your code into small chunks of 50KB or less. That way, browsers can download JS resources in parallel, making full use of HTTP 2 multiplexing."
- What's New In DevTools (Chrome 95) - Chrome Developers
"The Lighthouse panel is now running Lighthouse 8.4. Lighthouse will now detect if the Largest Containful Paint (LCP) element was a lazy-loaded image and recommend removing the loading attribute from it."
- Some questions on accessibility in email -- answered | by Beyond the Envelope™ | Sep, 2021 | Medium
"79% of participants didn't have any disabilities or barriers, and the results suggest that 'non-accessible' elements make it harder, even for those participants, to read and interact with them!"