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WPD 855 • Navigation menus with DETAILS • Avoid the CSS background shorthand • Safari’s Code Coverage Profiler

  • Info

    • Use the aria-label attribute on elements that “rely on positioning […] to convey their purpose”; post
  • Demos

    • Using the <details> element for dropdown navigation menus (not supported in Edge); disc. w/ demo
  • Opinion

    • @……… recommends against using the CSS background shorthand property; post

  • Other

    • Safari’s Code Coverage Profiler (shows which parts of a JavaScript program have run; post); 2-min video
    • ESLint adds “Disallow await inside loops” rule (async operations shouldn’t be needlessly delayed); post

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