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Published on Sep 28, 2016
Accessibility is the law and a good idea. Let's make the Web accessible and fast for everyone. We'll skip "why" and focus on "how." Accessibility can be as simple as using the right semantic elements in your HTML. Semantic HTML can prevent bugs, improve performance, reduce code bloat, and make your site accessible to screen readers and keyboard users. We'll explores accessibility features native to semantic elements, adding a sprinkling of ARIA roles and attributes. Form controls, input masking, styleable selects, and carousels with a few lines of CSS, fewer lines of JS and no frameworks.
View Source Berlin 12-14 September, 2016
Estelle is an internationally published author, speaker, and trainer. She is an Open Web Evangelist for InstartLogic.com. She is the author of Mobile HTML5 and Transitions & Animations in CSS, and co-author of HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World.