There are a lot of designers and developers who (for whatever reason) choose to remove any styling from the outline property that highlights focused anchors. This is a short post about why you shouldn’t do it, or if you really need to; how you can make it look a little better than browser default outlines.
Using both serverside PHP and client-side input validation (powered by Jorn Zaefferer’s great jQuery Validation Plugin) this form is developed using ARIA accessibility standards, making it one of the most accessible and reliable contact forms available.
First of all, what the hell is ARIA and why should I care? Well first of all, that’s a rather rude way to start a conversation, but whatever dude; the Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) is a proposed specification (currently in the working draft stage) developed by the W3C. What it does is set out a proposed structure for front-end developers to programmatically make their applications and pages more accessible.
So in short, it makes people who have trouble viewing normal pages lives a little easier.