1. Accessibility & Legislation
  2. Common Issues
  3. Testing & Tools
  4. Analysing Your Site

2.02.03.a DHTML menus: Answer

Question 3

Correct answers: 1, 2 and 3

Which of the following are accessible alternatives to using onChange with form menus for navigation? (Choose all that apply)

  1. Correct option: The Web page must function when scripting is disabled. The NGfL Guidelines require that Web pages function when scripting is disabled. To achieve higher levels of accessibility, your Web pages should function with JavaScript disabled.
  2. Correct option: The Web page must be navigable using the keyboard. JavaScript must not interfere with keyboard navigation. It must not require the use of a mouse.
  3. Correct option: Content or functionality introduced by scripting must be make accessible to assistive technologies. Screen readers and other assistive devices must be able to access all content and functionality introduced by scripting.
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