This blog is part of a continuing series on accessibility, striving to provide a starting point for building common components with accessibility in mind.
<input id="username" type="text" placeholder="spacemanspiff8" title="enter your username here">
<input id="password" type="password" placeholder="******">
This may be review for…
If you’re looking to build a search bar with no label, this is the move
<label for="searchBar" class="sr-only">Search Term</label>
<input id="searchBar" type="text" placeholder="Search Term">
</form>/* CSS */
Web Accessibility is a form of Universal design — striving to make things accessible to all people, regardless of age, disability or other factors. Not everyone access web content the same way, so ensuring there are little to no barriers to that content is paramount.
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