thelist: I am doing research on ways to use AJAX in a ADA-compliant manner. The issue I cannot figure out how to solve has to do with page updates. Page A loads. Screen reader reads the page. User interacts with page and this initiates an AJAX request. AJAX response received. Page A is updated dynamically via DOM manipulations. My understanding is that the screen reader may not convey this updated information to the user. My questions: (a) Is this true? (b) Is this always the case, or only under certain conditions (e.g., dependent upon where the screen reader last left off)? (c) Are there ways to nudge the screen reader to recognize new content (e.g., appending the new information to the end of the document)? (d) Any other ideas? The problem is that we do not have the equipment at the client site to test this out. Anyone with experience in this area... I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks, -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.