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🦠 Colds and Covid

March began with a nasty cold that one of the kids brought home; then, after two very careful years, I caught COVID-19. Luckily, it didn’t hit me as hard as it has some others, but flu isn’t fun; even at the best of times. I still managed to get a few articles written for you though!

  1. Safari 15.4
  2. Is ‘a11y’ exclusive?
  3. WCAG AAA in language I can understand

From the archives

Someone tweeted me the other day in reference to an article I’d written a while back about HTML’s break (<br />) tag:

I wish everyone was this sensible! When relying on screen readers, the breaks are painfully annoying. I am almost never reading poetry so… 😩😂

This has featured in ‘From the archives’ before, around this time last year, but I thought to dig it out again as it’s a decent read: The right way to use break tags in HTML.

Elsewhere on the web

Here are some more interesting articles from around the web that I read during March:

Anyway, I hope you manage to stay virus free, and I’ll see you again this time next month 😊

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