For three years Jared Smith and his lovable chums at WebAIM have conducted a survey of screenreader users, analysed the result and posted them. This year’s results are out. Let’s take a moment to give them a round of applause.
document.writes that executed immediately, and wrote HTML to the page, that would be available.)
(It’s also important to understand that not all accessibility needs are assistive technology needs. Christian Heilmann and Antonia Hyde showed that some scripting can be empowering for people with cognitive problems with their Easy YouTube and Easy Flickr.)
How far can an application that requires Web Sockets, local storage, cross-domain messaging, canvas be expected to degrade gracefully?