In this chapter, we learned about accessibility. We looked at some of the simple techniques we can employ to make our web pages accessible. We also learned about the right ways to use alt text and text descriptions to make the images we embed in a web page accessible to users who can't see the image. We then learned about making forms accessible and about controlling a web page via the keyboard.
Most importantly, we raised awareness about a topic that affects a lot of people and an area that all web developers should champion.
In the next chapter, we will look at how build tools can help us with developing complex modern websites and how we can use preprocessors to expand the capabilities of what we can do in web development.