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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.


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,
> Pegglegg
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