If browser dev tools warned us about accessibility problems, we'd probably make a lot fewer of them.
If you want to use the HTML range input, you should think again. It doesn't actually work for everyone.
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Be careful when publishing negative numbers on the web. Your users might be misinformed.
If you know anything about web accessibility, then you probably already know that all <input> elements need to have a <label>. But what about when you have multiple labels?