Using JS With Accessible Sites

Monday, 2007-January-08 at 08:05

Sitepoint has an article out about making a site that uses JavaScript Accessible.  Frequently, scripting causes incompatibilities with anyone that is not using our expected tool (e.g., accessibility tools, text-mode browsers, screen scraping tools, spiders, or even a different brand of browser than we expected). The article tells how to restore some of the lost functionality to disabled viewers of your site.

My tech blog has the link, which is also repeated here.

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