Part 4 explores the ValidityState API, a powerful, approachable, and well-supported API we can use to define custom validation messages.
Gerardo is a developer who has been playing with and learning about the web for over a decade professionally. His passions include the love of learning, creativity, problem-solving, sports and social justice. His curiosity led him to initially study the arts with a focus on the digital medium. His experience with art, design, and development make him a well-rounded maker of things on the web.
Using the native HTML disclosure widget for a burger menu is so enticing. Unfortunately, the details/summary elements come with accessibility issues, so it's not an inclusive solution.
Progressive enhancement or a great Cumulative Layout Shift metric score? Why not both?
In Cloud Four’s core values, we state our belief in “the web as a unifying platform to provide access to information for all people of all abilities.” This inspires us to follow best practices…
Some of the largest sporting goods e-commerce sites don’t provide an accessible experience for sale prices. A few small changes can significantly enhance the experience.
I recently attended a workshop about “cultivating brave and accountable spaces” to reduce elitism and exclusivity in the tech industry. I share my learnings and takeaways from this experience.
Join me in exploring a recent experience where I started with flawed logic (without realizing it) and the steps I took to fix my bug. Let’s experience some broken code together. 🎉
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