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Re: Help with problem

From: Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 18:51:04 +0100 ()
To: Taylor-Made <taymade@csinet.net>
cc: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.WNT.3.95.980421184610.-68959c-100000@hazel.www7.conf.au>
On Thu, 16 Apr 1998, Taylor-Made wrote:

> Hi everyone.  I have only one accessiblity problem with my web
> sites.  I was wondering if anyone knew how I could correct it.  I
> use Pagecount counter and it will be not approved by Bobby cause
> it needs to be formatted into a client-side image map.  I have
> tried to do this and I even have the nice people at Pagecount
> working on it, but they are not sure how to do it either. 
> **Smile** Does anyone know how to do this and let me know?  I
> would be most appreciative. 

I'm not clear what you are asking for. The guidelines do include
an example of client-side image maps:

  <IMG src="welcome.gif"
       alt="Image map of areas in the library"
  <MAP name="map1">
     <AREA shape="rect" coords="0,0,30,30"
        href="reference.html" alt="Reference">
     <AREA shape="rect" coords="34,34,100,100"
        href="media.html" alt="Audio Visual lab">

The idea is simple. The img alt attribute is used to name
the text menu, with each entry labelled by the alt attribute
for each area element. A further point is to keep the alt
text to 12 characters or shorter. This will be important for
access by cell phones and devices with small displays.


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