Hey Mattia.. Your perspective is understood and very much appreciated. However, the focus here is on aesthetics and good CSS. Perhaps you could do something as aesthetically pleasing as a web component and share with us? We'd love to learn from you.
The point is that you can build a new html element (like the switch toggle) with his a11y behavior and basic style like others built-in html elements. Then users can customise it like every other element with css.
Remember that in a community, a key point is to teach other people that may have a jr experience, so adding a visible disclaimer “just for fun” or “not for production” can be enough. 🖖🏻
I agree. Would you do that and put a link below? Everyone would very much appreciate that.
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