Do we need to develop WCAG 3 at this moment? Or is WCAG 2 still good enough?
The whole reason text-overflow exists is to specify the behavior of text once it flows over the container.
People who are tasked with remediating accessibility often have little experience of how people with disabilities actually use the web.
Musings about the state of WCAG 3 and the proposed contrast algorithm.
Should some links look like buttons, or should some buttons look like links?
CSS generated content can have unintended side-consequences.