Example for Checkpoint
1.1h - a text equivalent for scripts.

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Use the NOSCRIPT element to describe the action or replace the functionality of any scripts you embed in your page.

For example, if you write a SCRIPT that animates a comic strip by presenting a new panel whenever the user mouse-clicks or presses a key, then use the NOSCRIPT element to provide a text alternative that describe the entire comic strip. For example:

<SCRIPT type="text/javascript">
... script to display and replace each frame of the comic strip as requested by a user event ...

In the first panel, Lucy is holding the football. In the second panel, Charlie Brown is seen charging towards the football. And so on..."

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