By applying the Display: None class to an element you've immediately made that content "inaccessible" by screen readers. You've probably known this forever, but still the poison apple sneaks into our code once in a while.
Places It’s Tempting To Use Display: None; But Don’t
Learn why you should not use the Display: None class in some cases
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