I make webpages, and I know they can stand to be improved on the accessibility front. I know about alt text in images - and will use them more in the future. I need to integrate them more into my development flow - It's 2021. There's no excuse. And that is only the tip of the iceberg.
But what else am I missing that makes the web more difficult for others - and how can I improve?
I was generously gifted this book by marktechson on Twitter - Thank you 👋🏾!
I revisited the book several times - It's a lot of information I'm not familiar with, and wouldn't feel okay with recapping, especially as you can buy the book over here.
I can briefly cover some of what I learned:
- It's fairly obvious, but there is an Accessibility option in the dev tools of modern browsers.
- ARIA Web accessibility is A) a thing and B) Inconsistent between OSes and browsers.