I was surprised to see that the Navbar element does not contain an unordered list of links. Not only does this seem to be web dev 101 but it is also recommended for accessibility. Placing links within an unordered list structure allows a screen reader to read out how many things are in the list to give visually impaired users the most information possible about the contents of the navigation.
Curious why this isn’t the case with Navbar. Any insight is appreciated.