Short note on what CSS display properties do to table semantics 

The CSS display properties are powerful. You can change the visual display of elements to match your desired styling, but sometimes doing this can have an unintended effect of nuking the semantics of the elements, as conveyed to screen reading software, in the browser accessibility tree. Screen readers and other assistive tech, in general, do not have directContinue reading “Short note on what CSS display properties do to table semantics “

Hey, It’s Still OK to Use Tables

Consider this post to be the sequel to my 2012 post It’s OK to Use Tables. Here I will go into bit more detail based on the state of accessible efforts I see today. In that post I identified two scenarios I see frequently as a result of developers blindly following the don’t use tablesContinue reading “Hey, It’s Still OK to Use Tables”