Using the HTML title attribute

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 Steve Faulkner:

User groups not well served by use of the title attribute

• Mobile phone users.
• Keyboard only users.
• Screen magnifier users.
• Screen reader users.
• Users with fine motor skill impairments.
• Users with cognitive impairments.

Sounds like in 2020, the only useful thing the title attribute can do is label an <iframe title="Contact Form"></iframe>.

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