With thanks to editors Joshua and Ali, Indexed Database API 2.0 is now a Candidate Recommendation (CR):
With thanks to editors Alex, Arron, Sangwhan, Steve, and Travis, plus everyone else who contributed, HTML5.2 is now a Candidate Recommendation (CR):
Spent time today filing a11y issues against the W3C WebEx WebRTC interface. Issues 10 through 16 here if you're curious:
The ARIA WG has released a Working Draft (WD) update of the ARIA Authoring Practices Guide (APG).
It's a resource designed to help developers and authors who need to know how to create accessible UI components in the browser. Please give them a hand and file comments/issues on Github:
Proposal to let the small element represent a sub-heading. Devs/authors, does this solve a common thing for you? Please comment here https://github.com/w3c/html/issues/929
We're thinking about folding Custom Elements into the HTML spec at W3C. We really want to hear from developers before we choose a path though: is it easier if all information is in one spec, or in two specs?
Please comment on the thread, and encourage other devs you know to contribute - your opinions matter!
Adding a little bit more a11y goodness to the W3C timeline SVG https://github.com/plehegar/spec-releases/pull/1
HTML5.1 2nd edition is a Candidate Recommendation (it fixes an issue with broken system identifiers) https://www.w3.org/TR/2017/CR-html51-20170620/
We're preparing to transition HTML5.2 to CR. If anyone knows of any features that should be marked "at risk" in HTML5.2, we'd appreciate your help adding them to this issue:
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