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  • Deborah Kaplan thinks this is interesting:

In order to improve JavaScript accessibility, the developer has to provide text alternatives for the non accessible JavaScript code.


But this should stress that the vast majority of JavaScript in webpages can be made accessible itself, and does not need a text alternative. The implication is the JavaScript can be made accessible, when in reality it is only certain very visual/mouse driven/complex actions which are difficult or impossible to make accessible.