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Short answer (and to avoid delving into how you are planning to parse content on your website) is yes it does - http://www.w3.org/TR/UNDERSTANDING-WCAG20/ensure-compat.html If the Assistive Technology can't interpret your content correctly when Javascript is turned off on your page (or the web browser being used doesn't support Javascript) then it would not ...


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From my experience, I believe that it's not loading again every element that's on the page if it's pushing items down further on the page. The graphics on the mobile device are being used to display the items differently, but they have already been loaded by the browser, and therefore do not need to be loaded again. If the accordion uses JavaScript, that ...


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Luckily not! or why would recommend not to make use of well established ui elements like tabs or floating windows? You can't really use bad implementations as reference to roll such guide-lines. Because if you would prevent tabs or floating windows, you are just adding much more inconvenience for your users. And opening real browser tabs? Really? So ...



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