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Re: Declaring <h1> display:inline creates invalid XHTML (Strict)

From: Bill Mason <w3c@accessibleinter.net>
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 00:18:23 -0700
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At 11:52 PM 8/13/2003, Jesper Tverskov wrote:
>I use inline H1 on my three main pages at www.SmackTheMouse.com, the 
>homepage, Contents and Search. The pages are valid XHTML 1.1 rendered as 
>text/html for the time being.

I'm at a loss why you have used a subject line that suggests a CSS rule can 
create invalid HTML.  If the HTML is valid, the styling cannot change that 
fact.

>I have been wondering for some time if it is acceptable from an 
>accessibility point of view to use inline H1. Here is a chance to hear 
>what others have to say.

What makes you think it wouldn't be acceptable?

Bill Mason
Accessible Internet
w3c@accessibleinter.net
http://www.accessibleinter.net/ 
Received on Thursday, 14 August 2003 03:18:50 GMT

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