I regularly encounter the argument that a particular feature is not accessible because it doesn’t work in a text browser such as Lynx.
But I digress. I think using the text browser argument is bogus. Text browsers have limited functionality and support a small subset of the semantics and features of HTML. While we as developers and advocates should be mindful of such software, we cannot be held to not using features of HTML because they don’t work in Lynx.
What do you think?