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Re: Accessibility of complex HTML forms

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From: Peter-Paul Koch
Date: Jun 26, 2003 3:04AM



> > One way to handle the complex form example I described above is to use
>DHTML
> > such that if a user answers yes to having children, the children related
> > questions will dynamically appear.

See my article at http://digital-web.com/features/feature_2003-05b.shtml for
a simple way of doing this. My script includes an accessibility solution,
although of course the form will be more usable with than without
JavaScript.

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