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Todd


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That was more interesting than I first thought. The idea of less
code-clutter appeals to my aesthetics, although my devotion to
accessibility makes me question the need to hide content at that level. So
I am a bit conflicted - simultaneously excited and concerned.

The browser can read code more quickly and efficiently than I can, so then
for whom are we making code readable? In this case, are we making it easier
for people to access - with less clutter, or more difficult - with hidden
content?

To be accessible, content should already available in the absence of CSS
and Javascript – which exists to style and serve up content to the user.
Does that happen in this “shadow” scenario?

Should I be concerned with what dishonest operators would do with that
extra level of privacy? I am already disgusted by how spammy the interwebs
have become with all the popup, fly-out, ambush-style crap that is already
built-into it.

I guess I’m already opposed to the existing shadow DOM for the way it hides
video content (thanks music/video industry twits). So expanding the
hidey-hole may sound exciting but I’m thinking no, no, no.


Ernie Simpson

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I think that the shadow DOM is primarily of interest for developers who build desktop-class applications in the browser. It’s really not something you would use in a normal non-interactive page. There’s just no win there.

Walter

Should I be concerned with what dishonest operators would do with that
extra level of privacy? I am already disgusted by how spammy the interwebs
have become with all the popup, fly-out, ambush-style crap that is already
built-into it.


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