Post from September 5, 2019 (↻ May 10, 2023), filed under Web Development (feed).
- 2010: 0.25–2% (country-specific)
- (2012: 1.4% of screenreader users)
- 2013: 0.2%
- 2016: 0.2% in the United Kingdom
Note that data are sparse, with MediaWiki and others also sporting the same stats, essentially.
Nowhere it seems, apart from text browsers (quite evidently).
Are major search engines requiring no-script sites or apps?
Although, as in other cases, we need more data, what we find paints a rather clear picture:
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