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Jason Neel
Jason Neel
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Tip: Accessibility Audit

This is not really a question, but rather a tip, which I believe is covered in another Treehouse course: While not a default audit available in the Chrome Audit tab, installing the Chrome Accessibility Developer Tools (from the Chrome Web Store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/accessibility-developer-t/fpkknkljclfencbdbgkenhalefipecmb) will give you an Accessibility Audit. This is very handy to have, as it will look over a specified web page for contrast issues, clear link text, missing alt attributes on images, proper labelling on control elements, and much more. A very handy audit to have in your toolbox.

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Didn't know this existed, used it on a site I'm building and found a missing label.

Thanks for sharing! :)