Subsequently, here I am, in June 2022, spitting out my dummy and jumping up and down because there are still no browser implementations. I hear about new CSS features on a near daily basis but no-one is making a fuss about nesting, why?
This week, I’m doing an accessibility audit for a client. One of the first steps is to have a general look at the site. You can – and should – do that manually for sure, but another very useful way to get a good first impression of how good or bad things are is to use an automated tool like Pa11y.
Chrome cleaned itself up and has held steady for more than 20 versions. Firefox needs work, but at least saw a tiny improvement. Safari made one tiny improvement but has a much bigger deficit, and I don’t trust it will improve much given its now twice-promised fix for display: contents.