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  1. It might be just me, but I always find it very disappointing when a site like css publishes an article like this one: css-tricks.com/using-css-shapes-for-interesting-user-controls-and-navigation/ Yes, the technique is interesting but the HTML is completely in-accessible: missing labels, missing alt-text and/or attribute.
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    1. …in reply to @overflowhidden
      css I would expect a site like that to have some sort of editorial proces, that would catch these things. New developers go to that site to learn stuff, and they are learning that accessibility isn’t important :( (and I, with 20+ years of experience, also go that site to learn)