NOTHING except TWO pages of MENU is visible before that.
Again, faulty scripttardery with no graceful degradation.
The article itself is so short sighted, but that goes with the title itself.
Accessible websites are NOT
hard to build.
The reek of "triple i" amongst developers claiming
to be professionals is disastrous. The vast majority being nothing more than frauds who really need to pack it in and go do something less dangerous like macramé.
I've spent the past decade freelancing as an accessibility consultant for places in court for civil and criminal cases on this matter. I have been witness for both the defense and prosecution in such litigation....
... and EVERY JOE BLASTED TIME
I go into a place, the existing IT staff fight tooth and nail with the same lame excuses, wanton ignorance, and even willful malice on the topic. As I've said several places these are the EXACT SAME types of asshats who park in handicap spaces, bitch about the expense of having their business need wheelchair ramps, and in general have a painfully privileged dismissive attitude towards the entire topic! Again, as I've said many times, it's a sociopathic -- bordering on psychopathic -- lack of empathy towards others mated to an equal utter and complete lack of care about the quality of the work.
Which is why overall the entire web development industry and the sleazy scum rising to the top of it reeks more of a carnival sideshow than legitimate business efforts!