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Re: [w3c-wai-ig] <none>

From: Jonathan Chetwynd <j.chetwynd@btinternet.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 21:46:56 +0100
Cc: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
To: "Section 508.US" <tagi11@cox.net>
Message-Id: <E1A35D86-7B4C-11D7-B7DE-0003939B5AD0@btinternet.com>
I'd happily cite this as a plea for at least one style sheet which is 
recognised as being accessible and useful to someone.
and naturally I'll second the request.

Jonathan


On Wednesday, April 30, 2003, at 07:57 PM, Section 508.US wrote:

> Ok I am gonna ask:
> First of all, I have a learning disability. I can learn but usually 
> not form books. I need to see the exact thing then I can do it and 
> once I learn it I don't forget.
> I am trying to do CSS/ I have Kens book, the w3 site , lots of 
> reference material. I even took a 4 part course on basic CSS. BUT, 
> when I come to something I have never done before, it is like Greek/
> anyway here is a style sheet I build.
> http://pegglegg.com/PRI/adawg1.css  I will fix the hover thingy 
> because I know how. but what about the rest of this think. I do not 
> know how far to go and still make it accessible. I have this site in 
> HTML and with some code exceptions it will pass WAI AA,
>  
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