How Accessibility Taught me to be Better at JavaScript – Part Two

Content Warning: This blog post contains gifs. Hey friends! Today’s writing is going to be a follow up to How Accessibility Taught Me to be Better At JavaScript . If you have read my content, one of my favorite topics is about JavaScript and Accessibi…

Content Warning: This blog post contains gifs. Hey friends! Today's writing is going to be a follow up to How Accessibility Taught Me to be Better At JavaScript . If you have read my content, one of my favorite topics is about JavaScript and Accessibility. I speak about how JavaScript is actually necessary to make interactive elements accessible. In my previous article, I talked about how I created a popup language menu with accessibility in mind. Making something functional and accessible was my first taste of vanilla JavaScript. The code certainly needed improvements, which we went over in the post. However, making the menu accessible started to help me understand JavaScript better. Today we are going over how I took some cringy “accordion” markup and made it accessible. Remember, an…
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