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A11Y with Lindsey

Lindsey Kopacz has a wonderful blog about accessibility. I've seen a number of her articles making the rounds lately and I was like, dang I better make sure I'm subscribed. For example:

Regarding that last one, I remember learning from Sara Soueidan that a good tip for this to position them over the new custom checkboxes and hide them via opacity … Read article

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Under-Engineered Toggles

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POSTing an Indeterminate Checkbox Value

There is a such thing as an indeterminate checkbox value. It's a checkbox (<input type="checkbox"/>) that isn't checked. Nor is it not checked. It's indeterminate.

We can even select a checkbox in that state and style it with CSS!

Some curious points though:

  1. It's only possible to set via JavaScript. There is no HTML attribute or value for it.
  2. It doesn't POST (or GET or whatever else) or have a value. It's like being unchecked.
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Radios and Checkboxes on GOV.UK

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