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From: Kasday, Leonard R (Len), ALTEC <kasday@att.com>
Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 15:32:25 -0400
Message-Id: <199805271933.PAA29945@gab200r1.ems.att.com>
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org, "'Kristine Bradow'" <kbradow@ece.eng.wayne.edu>
Hi Kristine

Always glad to help folks who make their HTML accessible. 

To make a CD that can run on PC or mac see the cd rom FAQ


BTW, I think this was good to mention on this list because it addresses a
way to make CD ROMS
accessible.    Lets go off list if you want to talk about it more tho
(although in truth I've told you all I know about this question <smile> ).  


Leonard R. Kasday
kasday@att.com (until June 30)
(609) 231-0229

	You wrote:

> ----------
> From:  Kristine Bradow[SMTP:kbradow@ece.eng.wayne.edu]
> Sent:  Wednesday, May 27, 1998 7:34 AM
> To:  w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
> Subject:  HTML to CD-ROM
> I have an unusual question: I designed an accessible web page using
> Netscape Composer, and I would like to put the whole web on a CD-ROM for
> distribution to clients who either have disabilities themselves or work
> with people who have disabilities. The parts of this process that are
> puzzling me are the following:
> 1. I have no way of knowing what drive letter each user has assigned to
> their CD-ROMs. How do I structure the links on my page in the CD-ROM
> version without this knowledge?
> 2. How can I make the CD accessible to both Mac and PC users?
> I appreciate any wisdom that you all can send my way about this issue!
> Thanks!
Received on Wednesday, 27 May 1998 15:34:53 UTC

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