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JavaScript Tutorials — Accessibility

JavaScript » Accessibility — over 7 years ago
This is a simple (351 bytes gzipped) jQuery plugin that transforms regular HTML-containers, such as divs, into clickable elements that acts almost as an anchor; with support for status bar information, focus/blur, target (_blank etc.) and more.
JavaScript » Accessibility — over 7 years ago
This is a variation on the popular JavaScript/jQuery content sliders/switchers. This example switches content with JavaScript disabled.
JavaScript » Accessibility — about 8 years ago
So I thought it’d be nice that when you roll over an image that you could zoom in on, a magnifying glass icon would appear on top of the image indicating you can zoom in. Read on to found out how...
JavaScript » Accessibility — over 8 years ago
Web accessibility is the idea of making websites easily accessed by all types of people including those with certain disabilities, different languages, or lack of access to certain technology. The notion is derived from the fact that all people should be given equal opportunity to access websites regardless of their limitations. It is important for you to consider that a certain percentage of your site’s visitors will be in this category...
JavaScript » Accessibility — over 10 years ago
Any PHP programmer will know the importance of GET variables. However, JavaScript does not have this built in, but we can make it!
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