Astro web framework adopts accessibility audits

Astro web framework

Astro web framework version 4.1, released on January 4, includes new accessibility audit rules, custom cookie encoding, and a configuration option for the client:visible directive. Astro is marketed as a framework for creating quick, content-driven websites, web apps, and dynamic server APIs.

It is available on GitHub. Two audit rules for the dev toolbar are added in Astro 4.1. Developers will now receive warnings regarding missing attributes necessary for the ARIA role and unsupported ARIA (accessible rich internet applications) attributes.

The client:visible directive will now take a root margin option in the latest release, enabling developers to set a margin around the viewport in order to determine visibility.

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