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Pro HTML5 Accessibility: Building an Inclusive Web by Joshue O Connor

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WCAG 2.0 Client-Side Scripting Techniques1

  • SCR1: Allowing the user to extend the default time limit
  • SCR2: Using redundant keyboard and mouse event handlers
  • SCR14: Using scripts to make nonessential alerts optional
  • SCR16: Providing a script that warns the user a time limit is about to expire
  • SCR18: Providing client-side validation and alert
  • SCR19: Using an onchange event on a select element without causing a change of context
  • SCR20: Using both keyboard and other device-specific functions
  • SCR21: Using functions of the Document Object Model (DOM) to add content to a page
  • SCR22: Using scripts to control blinking and stop it in five seconds or less
  • SCR24: Using progressive enhancement to open new windows on user request
  • SCR26: ...

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