> disable it. Yet, if you want an accesible web site ... you should
> avoid JS.
can work wonders in enhancing the usability of a web site, and, if
done correctly, it does not interfere with its accessibility at all.
accessibility don't work together.
> Anyway, even if I want JS in my site I don't avoid using it. Why? I'm
> making it to not be necesary (compulsory). I keep the site working
> even if JS is disabled. Yes, it can be done. Yes, even if you use JS
> for something important ... like navigation bar.
> Same goes with Flash (and other plugins) and frames. For that matter,
> same goes with CSS.
> I call it "graceful downgrade".
All off-topic for a CSS list though. So let's stop it here.
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