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Focus management and inert


Many forms of assistive technology use keyboard navigation to understand and take action on screen content. One way of navigating is via the Tab key. You may already be familiar with this way of navigating if you use it to quickly jump from input to input on a form without having to reach for your...

The :focus-visible Trick


Always worth repeating: all interactive elements should have a focus style. That way, a keyboard user can tell when they have moved focus to that element. But if you use :focus alone for this, it has a side effect that a lot of people don’t like. It means that when you click (with a mouse)...

Using a brightness() filter to generically highlight content


Rick Strahl: I can’t tell you how many times over the years I’ve implemented a custom ‘button’ like CSS implementation. Over the years I’ve used images, backgrounds, gradients, and opacity to effectively ‘highlight’ a control. All that works of course,...

Copy the Browser’s Native Focus Styles


Remy documented this the other day. Firefox supports a Highlight keyword and both Chrome and Safari support a -webkit-focus-ring-color keyword. So if you, for example, have removed focus from something and want to put it back in the same style as the browser default, or want to apply a focus style...

Quick Tips for High Contrast Mode


Sarah Higley has some CSS tricks up her sleeve for dealing with High Contrast Mode on Windows, which I learned is referred to as WHCM. Here’s the first trick: […] if the default CSS outline property doesn’t give you the visual effect you want [in WHCM] for focus states...

How to Create a “Skip to Content” Link


Skip links are little internal navigation links that help users move around a page. It’s possible you’ve never actually seen one before because they’re often hidden from view and used as an accessibility enhancement that lets keyboard users and screen readers jump from the top of the page to...

Having a Little Fun With Custom Focus Styles


Every front-end developer has dealt or will deal with this scenario: your boss, client or designer thinks the outline applied by browsers on focused elements does not match the UI, and asks you to remove it. Or you might even be looking to remove it yourself. So you do a little research and find...

Don’t comma-separate :focus-within if you need deep browser support


I really like :focus-within. It's a super useful selector that allows you to essentially select a parent element when any of its children are in focus. Say you wanted to reveal some extra stuff when a <div> is hovered... div:hover { .extra-stuff { /* reveal it */ } } That's...

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