Re: Undoubtedly, an oversimplification ...

On 02/05/2014 22:22, L Robinson wrote:
>  today, if i had the
> choice of using two versions of a web site, one with, and one without
> JavaScript, i would opt for the one without. This would not have been
> the case a decade ago.

However, nobody today is going to build two separate versions. And the 
whole idea of "here's a separate site for 'the disabled'" has long been 
abandoned in favour of inclusive single-site solutions.

Yes, approaches needed to make modern web applications (sites that are 
not merely static content/documents, but actual systems) accessible are 
increasingly complex, but that's because these sites themselves are 
increasingly complex.

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Received on Friday, 2 May 2014 21:38:45 UTC