Building accessible forms with WCAG 2.0
Recently I’ve been working on some forms that are a little more complicated and require a little more interactivity than your average blog comment or contact form.
While doing some testing and research on this I came across Roger Hudson’s article Accessible Forms using WCAG 2.0, which proved to be very useful.
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