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Re: Another JavaScript question!

From: Marti <marti@agassa.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 16:19:52 -0500
Message-ID: <002e01c04f49$cb5f4800$a3d6db3f@cais.net>
To: "Bailey, Bruce" <Bruce_Bailey@ed.gov>, <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Try JCPenny.com - they have a JavaScript navigation that uses a large
<noscript> section that should make it accessible, however you have to turn
off JavaScript to get that, even then the links don't show up in the link
list for JFW.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bailey, Bruce" <Bruce_Bailey@ed.gov>
To: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 3:53 PM
Subject: Another JavaScript question!

> Thanks for all the great assistance with making JavaScript "pop-up" help
> usable with a text-only browser.
> Now I am looking for examples of the opposite kind...
> Can anyone point me towards sites where the JavaScript is of the sort that
> even with IE5+ and JFW 3.7 the pages are inaccessible?
> I am looking for examples where:
> (1)  a screenreader cannot get at text, and/or
> (2)  buttons cannot be tabbed to (that is, they must be activated by the
> mouse cursor).
> Also, if people can advise as to what the code would use to create these
> highly inaccessible pages, I would be most appreciative.
> For what it's worth, the "onClick" attribute is not what I am looking for.
> Said links can be tabbed to and activated with the return key!
> Thanks very much.
> -- Bruce Bailey
Received on Wednesday, 15 November 2000 16:03:16 UTC

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