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2 Author(s)
Garcia-Izquierdo, F.J. ; Univ. de La Rioja, Logrono, Spain ; Izquierdo, R.

Browser-side templating (BST) is a valid alternative for Web development, even when it comes to building accessible applications. BST processes templates in the browser using a JavaScript-coded engine, providing significant performance improvements and making model-view separation a reality. However, it also has significant drawbacks. BST's dependence on JavaScript affects its accessibility and hides the delivered pages' content from search engines, hampering Web visibility. The authors confront this dilemma and propose a technique that lets BST be accessible and semantically crawlable, while preserving its advantages.

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 1 )