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Re: CSS 'content: '


From: Nancy Johnson
Date: Nov 13, 2013 11:10AM

Thank you.

I was hoping that that had changed.


On Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 12:58 PM, Alastair Campbell < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> Nancy Johnson wrote:
>> Is there accessibility issues with CSS generated content?
>> If so is Jquery a better option?
> In short, yes and yes.
> CSS generated content is supported in most browsers, but last time I
> checked in JAWs was essentially invisible (VoiceOver will read it). It
> isn't really on the list of 'reliable' methods to convey information yet.
> Content generated by a script and inserted onload should be available to
> virtually all access technology. (Putting aside the JavaScipt !=
> Accessibility arguments.) It can be different if the content is added
> dynamically as you go through the page, but as an equivalent to CSS
> content, I assume you mean onload.
> Hth,
> -Alastair
> > >