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disfalo wrote

JavaScript doesn't hinder accessibility, the website owner does.

You're right. But I've almost never seen an average website which uses JavaScript caring about the WAI-ARIA recommendation. Interactive elements should have the appropriate aria attributes, but most of the time they don't. With static sites, even if you don't care about the WAI-ARAI, it will be easier for disabled people to understand and they don't have to wonder if something is collapsed or not.