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RE: Data Table question

From: Juan Ulloa <julloa@bcc.ctc.edu>
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 10:36:42 -0800
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> I don't believe a <TH> without a scope attribute is adequate.
> 
> Consider a table <TH> elements across the entire first row and down the
> entire first column. Now consider the <TH> in the first column of the
> first row. Should it refer to the column or the row? The scope needs to
> be explicitly stated.

Does Jaws and other major assistive technologies get confused if you have a
<TH> tags on the entire first row and first column?  It was my understanding
that you only need scope or headers when you have 2 or more logical levels
of row or column headers. 


Juan Ulloa


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