Inclusivity and accessibility (A11Y) are some of the main concerns of Spruce CSS. Our goal is to help you develop a little more accessible web-based projects through our code and the documentation, where we will try to show you small, related tips and guidance where necessary.
Building something more inclusive is a long process. We learn on the way, too, so this is especially a work in progress.
Our primary reference is the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 level AA. By alone, as a CSS framework, Spruce can’t tackle too much of this reference, but we will follow this standard in Spruce UI too, where it will have more significance.
We will meet the following accessibility-related issues:
- The base colors and the base combinations will complete the color contrast guides.
- We respect the user settings through
- We care about semantics and will try to present the code examples more meaningfully.