Dynamic HTML, web standards and accessibility need not be mutually exclusive, as Dave Lindquist demonstrates with these cool DHTML menus. Both the dropdown and expandable tree variations are simple lists built with 100% valid XHTML Strict. CSS and DOM scripting provide the functionality, while ACCESSKEY attributes make parts of the menu accessible via keyboard shortcuts. The result is a more widely accessible menu that doesn’t sacrifice the usefulness of DHTML.
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