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                </code><h1>Testing out a <code>content-warning</code> attribute with better accessibility support</h1>

<h2>Example 1: Inline use, spoiler</h2>

<p>I thoroughly enjoyed the film, especially
when it was revealed that 
<span content-warning="spoiler">Taye Diggs
  had been the bad guy all along</span>.</p>

<h2>Example 2: Block use, sensitive topic</h2>

<article content-warning="child abuse">
  <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed euismod, sapien vel bibendum bibendum, nunc sapien tincidunt velit, vel lacinia enim velit ac augue. Donec euismod libero auctor, aliquam elit quis, malesuada magna. Sed ut urna ac odio bibendum bibendum. Nulla facilisi. Donec euismod nisl vel ante malesuada, vel lacinia sapien ultricies.</p>
  <p>Suspendisse potenti. Sed at mauris in velit ornare tristique. Sed vitae urna eget nisl commodo malesuada. Nullam euismod massa non enim aliquet, at volutpat eros sagittis. Praesent id elit ut nibh eleifend luctus. Fusce euismod dui vel tellus blandit, sed vestibulum odio lobortis.</p>
  <p>Nullam sit amet libero vitae ipsum ultrices rhoncus a et nulla. Nullam eget metus in nisi commodo suscipit. Donec nec est quis quam fringilla ullamcorper ac sed dolor. Sed auctor semper mi, vel dictum justo tincidunt et. Donec eget tortor ut lorem faucibus malesuada.</p>
  <p>Sed euismod nibh quis erat ultrices, ut hendrerit risus bibendum. Aliquam erat volutpat. Donec id augue non magna gravida blandit vel id sapien. Sed vitae orci nec turpis feugiat aliquet eget vitae diam.</p>

<h2>Example 3: Image use, graphic imagery</h2>

<figure content-warning="violence gore">
  <img src=""  width="400" alt="A screen capture form Army of Darkness">


                body {
  padding: 0 1rem;

figure {
  display: inline-block;

[content-warning] {
  visibility: hidden;

[content-warning][role=alert] {
  visibility: visible;

h2 {
  margin-block-start: 3em;


                const $content_warnings = document.querySelectorAll('[content-warning]');

class ContentWarningElement extends HTMLElement {
  constructor() {
    // Always call super first in constructor
    const $shadow = this.attachShadow({ mode: "closed" });
    this.$wrapper = document.createElement("span");
    this.$wrapper.setAttribute("class", "wrapper");
    this.$button = document.createElement('button');
    this.$button.addEventListener( 'click', this.reveal.bind(this) );
    this.$original = null;
    let $style = document.createElement("style");
    $style.textContent = `
      .wrapper {
        background: #ebebeb;
        position: relative;
      button {
        display: inline;
        text-align: center;
        cursor: pointer;
        align-items: center;
        justify-content: center;
        margin: 0;
      button.block {
        display: block;
        position: absolute;
        inset: 0;
  swap( $el ){
    this.$original = $el;
    this.$parent = $el.parentNode;
    this.original_styles = window.getComputedStyle( $el );
    this.$button.innerText = `Content Warning: ${$el.getAttribute("content-warning")}. Click to reveal.`;
    // images and non-inline elements
    if ( this.$original.nodeName.toLowerCase() == 'img' ||
         this.original_styles.display != "inline" ) {
      ["display", "width", "height", "margin"].map(property=>{
        this.$[property] = this.original_styles[property];
      if ( this.original_styles.margin == "0px" ) {
        this.$["margin-block-start"] = window.getComputedStyle( this.$original.firstElementChild )["margin-block-start"];
        this.$["margin-block-end"] = window.getComputedStyle( this.$original.firstElementChild )["margin-block-end"];
    // everything else
    else {
      this.$ = `${this.$original.offsetHeight}px`;
      this.$ = `${this.$original.offsetWidth}px`;
    if ( this.$original.nodeName.toLowerCase() == 'img' ||
         this.original_styles.display != "inline" ) {
      this.$button.setAttribute("class", "button block");
  hide( $el ){
    this.$parent.replaceChild( this, this.$original );
    this.$parent.replaceChild( this.$original, this );

customElements.define("content-warning", ContentWarningElement);

  $content_warnings.forEach($cw => {
    let $cwElement = document.createElement('content-warning');
}, false);