This is nuclear: I love to use HTML and CSS in a multi page application, the way they did it in the 2000s. It's simple, easy and fast for the user.
I don't get why use <form> to make buttons? You can just style a <a> with css to look like a button and not break accessibility.
I run my website through the wave test for checking accessibility and it’s never said form action to change pages is a problem. Can you explain why this breaks accessibility in your view? I’d love to learn something new.
I'm not an accessibility expert. But the simpler the better for screen-reader.
What's make you prefer the former one ?
I really like this approach. No overhead whatsoever!
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