Now You See Me…

SHOWING AND HIDING CONTENT using JavaScript-based page manipulations for tabbed interfaces, collapsible elements, and accordion widgets is a common development pattern. Learn how your choice of hiding mechanism can influence content accessibility in assistive technologies like screen readers in an excerpt from Aaron Gustafson’s Adaptive Web Design.

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2 thoughts on “Now You See Me…

  1. Very interesting article. I guess I never thought much about the accessibility problems that JavaScript could cause. I love the fact that jQuery can easily be fixed though, and the fact that they even thought about the need for callbacks. A+ for being thoughtful on easy ways to implement solutions to problems that arise from not being thoughtful, eh?

  2. I have been trying to acces this site for a while. I was using Chrome then when I tried Safari, it worked just great? Just wanted to bring this to your attention. This is really good website. I have a few myself. I really admire your design. I know this is off topic but,did you make this layout yourself,or purchase from somewhere?

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