Places It’s Tempting To Use Display: None; But Don’t

By applying the Display: None class to an element you've immediately made that content "inaccessible" by screen readers. You've probably known this forever, but still the poison apple sneaks into our code once in a while.


Daniela Vaseva

Daniela VasevaDaniela is writing tutorials, news, newsletters, and update emails for the DMXzone specialising in the sphere of electronic processing, analysis and publication of texts, and interested in the development of new Internet technologies and problems related to the cyberculture and net literature. She has a bachelor's degree in Bulgarian philology, and a master's degree in computational linguistics.

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