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How to prevent the collapse of society by building an accessible web
It’s 2031. Society, as we knew it in 2021, has officially collapsed. Broken hardware and a very slow internet connection are all we have left. Accessibility on the web is now paramount to the survival of the human race. But how do you ensure your website is accessible amidst a raging apocalypse?
How to filter entries by linked references in GraphQL
Empowering developers as DevRel, boosting live coding and accessibility
How to use GitHub actions and Contentful webhooks to show your latest blog posts on your GitHub README
Want to show your latest blog posts on your GitHub README? Here's how I do it using the power of GitHub actions and webhooks in Contentful.
Rich Text field tips and tricks from the Contentful DevRel team
The Contentful Rich Text field is powerful. But how can you make the most of it? Level up your Rich-Text game with a growing list of top tips from the Contentful DevRel team.
How to make your font sizes accessible with CSS
Everyone uses the web differently. Here's how to make sure your website respects font size preferences specified in browser settings using two important CSS concepts.
How to use aria labels in your HTML
What is BEM in CSS?
Have you ever worked on an application with one huge CSS file and found that when you changed something in one place, something unexpected happened somewhere else? I had this problem a lot in my early days of front end development. It was frustrating! So what can you do to stop this from happening?
When to use aria-labels in your HTML
Confused about when to use aria-label for #a11y? Let's look at one of the most important ways to use aria-labels in your HTML to ensure your website provides contextual information to screen-readers and assistive technologies.