re: A peculiar argument regarding accessibility VIEW POST


This is a very interesting subject and a very valuable perspective on it. I'm in the middle of building an app builder for Health & Safety and want to ensure the accessibility of things built on it. Not easy in that case for many of the reasons you list here as broken on other sites.


Generally-speaking, if you use built-in browser behavior (standard HTML forms, minimal/no use of javascript except to add functionality on top of the built-in browser behavior), you'll already be way ahead of most modern web developers in terms of accessibility and compatibility.

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