Alpine is lightweight compared to Bootstrap, jQuery, Vue or React. So, why the complaints, you wonder?
Content-visibility is a new CSS property that boosts your rendering performance, according to Google. But is that really so and are there any caveats, or in other words, should you start using it already?
Did you know that a dark mode could save 63% power usage on mobile devices? More important from UX perspective is that you can also introduce a dark mode to make your site more pleasant for all kinds of users.
You might be using Bootstrap, or maybe even never considered outlines. Or deliberately removed them, leaving your users in the dark. However, outlines or focus indicators can still be fancy and helpful at the same time, without impacting
You don't want to ruin the look of your website or webshop by some random ugly borders. These borders are called outlines and happen to aid some users as if you are walking in the dark with no lights. So, don't just remove them!
If you are already into web accessibility, so-called jump-to or skiplinks might not be new to you. Here is an introduction on skiplinks and some additional food for thought.
This isn't sexy at all, but someone has to do it as your customers (or maybe even your very own relatives) could be subject to this temporary or even permanently.
Some (WP) agencies are really into accessibility. However, when you do support accessibility as a developer, but not really pay close attention, there is a big chance you are unknowingly building inaccessible Wordpress websites for your clients.
Accessibility is like privacy: it often isn't the core business of a company. Even menu's become the victim. As a result, some might never be able to reach or interact with your main navigation.
Being a recommendation since June 5th, 2018, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 got translated to Dutch and published by Accessibility Foundation.
Last monday, I visited Wehkamp. They boosted the pagespeed of their productpages after taking part in a Google Speed Race and ending up second.