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Learn Web Accessibility by example

Anchors, Buttons, and Accessibility

To build an accessible website or application, it’s best to start with the foundations: semantic markup. Using the correct markup is an easy win as it does the vast majority of the accessibility work for you. As rich client-side JavaScript applications have grown in popularity, a particular markup misuse has become common.