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A guide on navigating Chrome DevTools using assistive technology like screen readers.
Say goodbye to shadow-piercing CSS selectors.
How to incorporate accessibility into your team's process.
How to review your site for accessibility issues.
Using proper styling to improve accessibility
The importance of the default DOM order
Overview of screen focus in accessibility
Modifying the DOM order with tabindex
Improving accessibility for web pages
The 'sequential focus navigation starting point' feature defines where we start to search for focusable elements for sequential focus navigation ([Tab] or [Shift-Tab]) when there is no focused area. It's especially helpful for accessibility features like skip links and managing focus in the document.
The new font-display descriptor for @font-face lets developers decide how their web fonts will render (or fallback), depending on how long it takes for them to load.
CSS variables, more accurately known as CSS custom properties, are landing in Chrome 49. They can be useful for reducing repetition in CSS, and also for powerful runtime effects like theme switching and potentially extending/polyfilling future CSS features.
Building apps, the Polymer way.
The state of the Polymer Union.