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Re: Accessible HTML slideshows

From: Jules Graybill <graybill@starbright.org>
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 09:38:05 -0700
Message-ID: <01e501bda5d7$cd645be0$e59e9fcf@jules.starbright.net>
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>Does anyone know of a tool that directly generates HTML slideshows?

If you have access to a Macintosh, the excellent shareware HTML Grinder does
exactly what you are asking for.  Find it at:


And, more directly applicable to the topic of the list, Matterform Media has
also developed and promoted QBullets -- small graphical icons that represent
the purpose of all of the links on a web page.  Used correctly, they allow a
website visitor to distinguish links to, say, a graphic from links to an
html page, a mailto link, etc. without having to (as is the traditional
method) roll over the link and try to decipher the text in the status bar,
or just try the link and see what happens.


An interesting approach, I think.

Jules Graybill
Received on Thursday, 2 July 1998 12:38:48 UTC

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