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re: 4 Tips for Web Accessibility VIEW POST

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re: Step 4 feels a little dated a method, especially as, as long as you're using semantic Web design, such as making sure you use buttons with onClick ...
 

Thanks for the input! I hadn't thought about what might be handled by modern browsers. I will say my research opened my eyes to actions a person with a disability needs to use a computer such as keystrokes over mouse functions.

Is there a reason to use vanilla JS over jQuery?

 

Mostly, bundle size, if you can have one less extra thing added to your bundle, you may as well.

And 99.5% of jQuery is now in the es6 JavaScript specification, so it is seen as wasteful to add it.

I see, good to know 👍🏻

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