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From: <Kieran_M_O'Brien@national.com.au>
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 12:23:23 +1000
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFAC0F0E0B.AE9441DC-ONCA256DB7.000CA225@au.thenational.com>

Hi all,

A question about 'Top of page' links. I have come across some
inconsistencies in its use. Strange huh ?? ;) Some pages take you to the
very top of the page, prior to the navigation etc, but others only go to
the start of the content. I have always coded it to go to the very top of
the page but am now starting to wonder whether if it would be better to go
to the start of the content. What is everyone's thoughts ?? What is the
intended use ?? if there is one ?? or I guess more importantly, what does
the user expect to happen ??

Regards,
Kieran

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