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This roundup provides links to WCAG 2.2 explainers that have been published or updated since the release.
When you think of heraldry what comes to mind is probably knights in shining armor, damsels in distress, jousting, that sort of thing. Medieval stuff.
As its impacts become more evident and frequent, climate change is quickly moving up the agenda for governments, communities, and companies worldwide.
If you've ever encountered issues with the atob and btoa methods when working with utf-8 strings on the frontend, you know the kind of challenges they can pose.
The main point is that the design is only a reference, never any kind of deliverable itself, so the way it's constructed doesn't really matter.
Writing good Git commit messages is essential for maintaining an understandable and navigable version history.
Transfer the state of one element to a completely different place on a page by connecting them with a unique identifier in CSS via a timeline-scope.
“Naming things is hard” goes the software engineering axiom and CSS is no exception.
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