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A Lesson Learned in Accessibility

Even when designing with our best intentions toward accessibility, it often takes someone who really uses accessibility software to test the site and help us get the details right. The problem is compounded when dealing with AJAX style behavior. That is exactly what happened with my jQuery FAQ example. What I thought was nicely accessible turned out to not be. This screencast walks through what I needed to do to fix it. Recorded Jan 22, 2009.

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