Re: Accessible Dynamic Menus

On Tue, 27 May 2003 16:10:48 -0700, Geoffrey Hoffman wrote:
> DHTML menus are really neat for us dexterous, able-bodied types. However, if
> you must comply with accessibility standards AND you want to use a wiz-bang
> DHTML menu, then you must also have an alternate site navigation in the HTML
> text or a noscript tag.

OK, I take your point, however I am referring to menus that are based on 
ordered multi-level lists that then use primarily CSS and some js to provide 
the interactivity.

Assuming there is no js or you are using a text reader, you should just see 
the menu in a simple bulleted list format, which I thought should suffice.

With regards activating the menus, this isn't something I had considered.  
What would you say is the best method?

> view

I like the menus here, they are similar to what we want.


Julian Voelcker

Received on Tuesday, 27 May 2003 19:52:27 UTC