Generally when I write and present things, I provide techniques, ideas, examples, and experience to address issues. When I write copy-paste-ready code, with a few older exceptions, I write generic code not tied to a framework nor library.
I also chose to address only the two most common cases that I see of browsers breaking semantics due to CSS — tables and lists. As I note elsewhere, the ARIA you add will not save you from
If / when the browsers ever fix their bugs, then you should purge these functions from your projects. So, you know, put that it in your backlog I guess.
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