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I have never done that well with JavaScript in general, much less properly integrating JavaScript into my work. I think that the WCAG 2.0 Scripting group might be just the solution I need. The group emerged today to help make the use of JavaScript more compatible with accessibility.

I especially like the way the group is accepting scripts:

“All submitted scripts will be packaged as modules (.js files), and tested against a wide range of browsers and assistive technologies.”

Encouraging developers to place scripts outside of their documents and testing with a wide range of user agents is sound advice whether aiming for accessibility, security, standards compliance, or just plain good web site management.

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