> All users, when possible, should get a basic “minimum functionality” as part of the HTML file. Then, you can progressively layer in enhancements through your CSS and JavaScript.

> If the CSS or JS fail, the user still gets a usable, albeit less flashy, experience.

gomakethings.com/progressive-e

(jan.boddez.net/notes/9e4023be8)

Seeing "Photo was not tagged with any alt text" as the default alt text on Pixelfed kind of worries me. Better provide an empty alt tag, no? I'm not a screen reader user, but I wouldn't want to hear this a million times over.

Bookmarked a11yproject.com/posts/title-at.

> HTML title attributes are often perceived as an accessibility (and SEO) bonus, but the opposite is true.

(janboddez.tech/notes/d6161d4f7)

Bookmarked: sarahmhigley.com/writing/whats.

> While an improperly added name is a step up from a missing one, it will often give the illusion of accessibility while masking an underlying problem that remains unaddressed.

(janboddez.tech/notes/60ad72be5)

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