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Re: The visual Web vs. seamless accessibility (was Re: RIT - Javascript)

From: Lynn Alford <lynn.alford@jcu.edu.au>
Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 10:01:28 +1000
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At 6:38 PM -0400 4/5/98, David Poehlman wrote:
>for an aural text, black on black is nice.

I think blind readers have strong opinions about people who 'hide' keywords
on their site by setting the text colour to the background colour so they
can have multiple "recreation, holiday, recreational holidays..." on their
page.  Which is a frequent use of black on black or white on white.

Lynn

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