Help text should use <summary> and <details> elements #2

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opened 2 years ago by miraty · 1 comments
miraty commented 2 years ago
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For now, the help text is made in CSS, and when using a screen reader all the content is showed (I guess).

Instead of using :hover in CSS, the help text should be a switch button that use semantic HTML elements : <summary> and <details>, in order to enhance accessibility.

For now, the help text is made in CSS, and when using a screen reader all the content is showed (I guess). Instead of using `:hover` in CSS, the help text should be a switch button that use semantic HTML elements : [`<summary>`](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/HTML/Element/summary) and [`<details>`](https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/HTML/Element/details), in order to enhance accessibility.
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miraty added this to the 2.0.0 milestone 2 years ago
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Done in commit 9944bfbb82.

Done in commit 9944bfbb82.
miraty closed this issue 1 year ago
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