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🐸 Leap year day!

A slightly-longer-than-usual shortest-month-of-the-year has also proved to be my busiest month in a while… No articles for you this time round, but I did do some newsletter-related work on my website: a brand new an archive of all my newsletters so you can catch up on the ones from before you joined the club!

From the archives

This one has featured in ‘From the archives’ before, but I was thinking about it again now that version 2.2 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) deprecated 4.1.1 Parsing.

Validating your markup and following the HTML and ARIA specifications is still a very good idea, even if it’s no longer a WCAG requirement*. Here’s my article from October 2021: If HTML and ARIA don’t allow it, it’s probably a bad idea.

*It still is if you’re looking to comply with WCAG 2.1.

Elsewhere on the web

Here are some of the more interesting bits and bobs from around the web that I read (and watched!) during February:

Anyway, I’m going to get writing some blog posts for next month’s newsletter; I’ll see you again at the end of March ✍️

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