A test to determine wether a selector contains an accessibility-related selector
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A test to determine wether a selector contains an accessibility-related selector

Installation

npm install has-css-accessibility-selector

# or

yarn add has-css-accessibility-selector

Usage

const hasAccessibilitySelector = require('has-css-accessibility-selector')

console.log(hasAccessibilitySelector('[role="menu"]'))
// => true

console.log(hasAccessibilitySelector('.nothing-to-see-here'))
// => false

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License

MIT © Bart Veneman