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Re: This Is Hull!

From: Davey Leslie <davey@inx-jp.org>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 10:09:21 +0900
To: Joe Clark <joeclark@joeclark.org>, <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <B70469D0.8E8%davey@inx-jp.org>
on 01.4.18 7:42 AM, Joe Clark at joeclark@joeclark.org wrote:

> Well, *this* is kooky. A British local news site, This Is Hull and
> East Yorkshire <http://www.thisishull.co.uk/>, maintains a plain-text
> version with its own domain, <http://www.thisishull-vi.co.uk/>.
> That's dash-VI as in dash-visually-impaired, not dash-six. Clear link
> to that site on the graphical homepage.
> We are of course aware that separate pages are not equal, but they do
> seem to have put a bit of effort into it, haven't they?

Took a look at the html on the vi page. I'm curious why they would stick it
in a frame. What advantage does that give them? Is this what <META
NAME="generator" CONTENT="SimplyNet Forwarding"> does?

Maybe I'm not looking at it right, but it sure seems cumbersome.


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