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Use the inert attribute to prevent unintended user interaction
An easy and elegant way to improve accessibility and the user experience.
How the Description List Element improves Accessibility and the Developer Experience
Markup any list of key-value pairs to make your code more readable and convey semantic information to screen readers.
Checklist for Accessible UI Component Libraries
Provide a consistent, accessible design and speed up the development process.
3 Ways how Web Developers also benefit from Accessibility
Semantic HTML is easy to read and maintain, keyboard operable by default, and works well with CSS.
Responsive Component Design with CSS Container Queries
Create responsive, reusable components that adapt to the available space of their container.
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Hi, my name is Alexander and I'm a web developer from Vienna, Austria. In this blog I share my learnings with a focus on web accessibility. Here you'll find more info about this site.