I’ve always abided in the idea that “HTML is accessible by default and then we come along and mess it up. But that’s not always the case. There are some cases where even using plain ol’ HTML causes accessibility problems.
I’m going to start rounding up those HTML shortfalls in this here post as a little living document that I can personally reference every time I write some HTML.
Let this be an actionable list for browser vendors/spec writers to work on.