1. If scripts are used to generate HTML code for dynamic pages, then the generated code should comply with accessibility guidelines.
  2. If a script relies on the user clicking the mouse, then make sure to include event handlers that also allow him/her to use the keyboard to tab to the tool.
  3. Avoid using arbitrary database numbers for ALT tags, TITLE tags, FRAME tags and other text-only accessibility devices.
  4. A Web site should be reasonably functional even with JavaScript is disabled. An alternative, text-only navigational system utilizing <noscript > may add accessibility, as will text links.
  5. See the pages under Related Links for specific recommendations on different scripted elements.

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