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Re: design/web standards


From: Donna Breslin
Date: Nov 14, 2003 1:16PM

Here is my scenerio, We use javascript throughout our site. I'll
start with the first thing, I have a link to an external site so know
we give a javascript alert letting the user know they are going to
another site & were not responisble for content. when the click ok,
they proceed to other site. If js is turned off- users go no where.
So in the <noscript> tags can I put a <a href> to a regular page which
shows a page that would have our alert. and a hyperlink to follow to
external link. I'm not sure if that would work or not.

What about applications that require users to fill out forms, if I use
javascript for those instances. Is there a way to make that
accessible too?

Any help or thoughts are appreciated.

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