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Using relative sizing and positioning (% values) rather than absolute (pixels).

From: Daniel Hillier <DHillier@VisionICT.com>
Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2002 00:52:50 +0100
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Hi

I'm new to designing websites that match the WAI guide lines.  My
biggest problem with the guidelines is that you can't use absolute
sizing?

Does this really make a big different to the accessibility of the site.

I'm also looking for several different screen reads to try the site out
on any address of where and can download a trail copy or purchase them
from would be great?

Thanks

Daniel
Received on Saturday, 7 September 2002 19:52:56 GMT

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