Stephanie Hobson: Accessibility With CSS – Making Websites Better for Everyone

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September 2, 2014

When we make it easier for users who face vision or mobility challenges to use websites, we make them easier for everyone to use. From larger hit areas to clear indications of state we’ll cover a few simple things we can start and stop doing with CSS to make websites faster to navigate with a keyboard, easier to use with a course pointer, and understandable without visual formatting.

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WordCamp Vancouver 2014 15

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Stephanie Hobson 2

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Accessibility 97
CSS 80
JavaScript 77
User Experience 73

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English 4803

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