Accessible CSS Generated Content

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CSS generated content can have unintended side-consequences. As Andy Clarke discovered recently, data- attributes he used as a way to transfer content into CSS for visual purposes are not translated using built-in browser functionality.

CSS generated content can have unintended side-consequences. As Andy Clarke discovered recently, data- attributes he used as a way to transfer content into CSS for visual purposes are not translated using built-in browser functionality.

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