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Re: looking for examples

From: Ramón Corominas <listas@ramoncorominas.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2012 09:56:25 +0200
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Hi, Roger,

Although I did not checked it, as far as I can remember kayak.com has 
lots of AJAX-generated contents that are not accessible, and probably 
many travel sites use AJAX to filter the list of airports or similar 
things (for example, try ryanair.com).

Hope this helps, good luck!
Ramón.

Roger said:

> I am looking for a couple of pages which will help me illustrate
> accessibility issues for keyboard and screen reader users with two
> relatively common features of the web today. First, a poorly made
> lightbox-type effect (modal dialog) and second, a page where new content
> inserted from an external source with something like AJAX may not be
> accessible.
>
> I don’t know why it is, but when I am just using the web I seem to come
> across examples of things like this all the time, but when I’m actually
> looking for one they become very hard to find!
>
> If you have any suggestions please email me directly.
-- 
Ramón Corominas
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