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Designing with Progressive Enhancement: Building the Web that Works for Everyone by Maggie Costello Wachs, Scott Jehl, Patty Toland, Todd Parker

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Index

A

abbreviations, 55

accessibility

of budget calculators, 35–36

of Cascading Style Sheets, 99–100

of charts, 229–236

of checkout forms, 29–31

of collapsible content, 150

future of, 411–412

of JavaScript, 117–122

of sliders, 35–36

writing markup for, 87–90

Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA). See ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications)

accordion tab displays, 182–183

action attributes

in budget calculators, 34

in checkout transaction pages, 29–30

in interactive content markup, 65–66

in star rating widgets, 322

ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), 88

addTests, 137

Ajax

accessibility issues of, 121–122

dynamic filtering and sorting with, 22–23

JavaScript and, 114

for login dialogs, 265–267

for rating widget radio buttons, ...

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