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Re: is javascript considered good wacg 2.0 practice?

From: Patrick H. Lauke <redux@splintered.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2012 23:13:32 +0100
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To: W3C WAI ig <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
On 17 Dec 2012, at 21:56, accessys@smart.net 
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> so what is the problem with supporting and allowing others to access and USE the web via a basic system rather than glitzed up. 

the problem is that this has nothing to do with WCAG 2.0 which does not explicitly forbid the use of accessible javascript, since it's accessibility supported and tools are readily available to consume it.

> NO but American law says it must be FREE and USABLE by persons with disabilities.  

that's not an issue for WCAG 2.0. and...was your DOS computer free? cool!

> we need to solve the problem, if one or a couple people here are stating it is a problem, 

i look forward to your contributions to WCAG 3.0 "anything that doesn't work in lynx is bad" edition.

P
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