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Progressive Enhancement: Accessible Web Design On A Silver Platter

Part One: What it is, and starting with JUST the text!

I’ve had a number of folks contact me directly about my recent article “Building A More Accessible And Simpler Hamburger Menu” in regards to the how/why of the markup choices I made in building its simple demo. The core of how I built it is via “progressive enhancement”, which in my opinion is the…




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