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Discussion on: A11y: Accessible hiding and hidden-aria

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Garrett Noble

Accessibility benefits EVERYONE, not just people with disabilities.

Consider those who might find themselves "temporarily disabled." Maybe they've had LASIK surgery, so they can't see for hours. Or maybe a student is listening to someone in a video, but the speaker has a heavy accent—or perhaps they're speaking in a different language.

Thank you for writing this article and making a conscious effort to see accessibility as a higher priority.

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Damien Cosset Author

That's a very good point. I should have been more conscious about accessibility issues.