Category: aria

Short note on what CSS display properties do to table semantics

We’ve blogged about responsive tables a number of times over the years. There’s a variety of techniques, and which you choose should be based on the data in the table and the UX you’re going for. But many of them rely upon resetting a table element’s natural display value to something else, for ...

Managing State in CSS with Reusable JavaScript Functions – Part 2

In my previous article, which shall now retroactively be known as Managing State in CSS with Reusable JavaScript Functions – Part 1, we created a powerful reusable function which allows us to quickly add, remove and toggle stateful classes via click. One of the reasons I wanted to share this approach was to see ...

(To use or not-to-use) ARIA Tabs

Looks like a Papa Bear, Mama Bear, Baby Bear situation. Direct Link to Article — Permalink (To use or not-to-use) ARIA Tabs is a post from CSS-Tricks ...