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RE: Accessibility of Salt Lake Olympic Site

From: Phillip Pi <philpi@apu.edu>
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2001 19:48:02 -0800 (PST)
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On Sun, 28 Oct 2001, Access Systems wrote:

> > The problems we have all identified in the SLC site only serves to amplify for
> > me the importance of cross-browser compatibility. Some of you are aware that I
> > am having a battle over this issue in relation to a web site that has been
> >  
> > It would help my case (I hope) if I could present to the developers of the site
> > a summary of the reasons some people have no other option or choose to use
> > older browsers or text browsers such as Lynx etc. The developers argue, that
> > since they will provide the appropriate versions of the browser software on an
> > accompanying CD, the target group of users will not have a problem.
> I run LYNX for a number of reasons but graphics is one of the reasons, I
> don't do graphics.   also LYNX is fast, robust and clean.
> >  
> > David Woolley very kindly pointed out after my last email about this issue that
> > if users have a different OS (in the eg I am citing only Win or Mac are
> > supported) the CD would also have to include the OS - and that would then
> I run on a LINUX operating system (unix based)  Red Hat version 7.1 to be
> exact.

Since you have Linux, have you tried Links
(http://links.sourceforge.net/)? I believe v7.1 comes with an older
version. In my opinion, it is better than Lynx because it can handle Web 
pages better, especially with frames.
Received on Sunday, 28 October 2001 22:48:03 UTC

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