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Does Javascript Make My Site Less Accessible?

The goal of digital accessibility is to make content more useful for people with disabilities, and in most cases, the best way to do that is to code websites with simple HTML. However, that’s not always practical: The modern internet thrives on interactivity, and while HTML has come a long way, it has limitations.


Originally published as Does Javascript Make My Site Less Accessible? at Digital Accessibility Blog

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