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When we use Tailwind and have content coming from a CMS, we almost always end up using Tailwind's Typography Plugin. It's easy to add, comes with excellent default text styles out of the box, and allows you to customize everything from right inside the tailwind.config.js file.
Maintaining a high level of accessibility in a web application can be challenging sometimes, especially when the application has features that require a lot of user interaction. Drag-and-drop is a perfect example of such a feature, and it's one that may seem like it can't possibly be accessible, but with a little extra code, it can be. In this post, we'll discuss how to make an accessible drag-and-drop component in Vue.