JavaScript and Accessibility

In his presentation at @media 2005 (Testing for Accessibility: Techniques, Perspectives and the Future), Derek Featherstone said that: If we are doing things right, we should be able to tell users of older screen reader software to turn JS off for more consistent experience. He explains the reasoning behind this in JavaScript and Accessibility.

Posted on June 13, 2005 in Accessibility, JavaScript, Quicklinks

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