Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020


You Can't Spell Accessibility Without CSS

In this talk, we'll discuss website accessibility in the context of CSS. Things like when to use an image and when to use a background image, how to ensure proper contrast between text and background colors, maintaining a hierarchical layout in your design, when to use an outline: 0 property (almost never), and a whole bunch of other things.

This talk is suited to beginner and intermedite front end developers. Specific topics covered include: - maintaining the hierarchical structure of content, - creating non-obtrusive elements - ensuring contrast between background and text - using devtools to check accessibility


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