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Re: "Blind for a Day" - visibility: hidden vs none

From: yoan SIMONIAN <yoan.simonian@snv.jussieu.fr>
Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 10:32:14 +0200
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Message-Id: <200405261032.14673.yoan.simonian@snv.jussieu.fr>

Just a question :
If that links have to be hidden, why not put it on an invisible pixel like 
that :
<a href="#content"><img src="nul.gif" alt="skip to content" width="1" 
height="1"></a>

Do you think it's a good way ?

All Screenreaders will see it, lynx too.

In France we suggest this way to hidde links to developpers.

--
yoan SIMONIAN
Responsable Technologies
Association BrailleNet

Le Mercredi 19 Mai 2004 11:23, P.H.Lauke a écrit :
> > I personally can't see what's wrong with having it visible at
> > all times to all users.
>
> Unfortunately (?) a lot of designers will want the skip link to be
> both present and unobtrosive (as the whole display:none
> versus visibility:hidden debacle seems to indicate). An addition,
> I would also implement at least two stylesheets: one with the "hidden
> until tabbed to" skip link styles, and one with the skip link visible
> all the time.
>
> I'm not saying that this is the best solution, or the only one...
> just trying to throw some ideas around.
>
> Patrick
> ________________________________
> Patrick H. Lauke
> Webmaster / University of Salford
> http://www.salford.ac.uk

-- 
Yoan SIMONIAN
Responsable Technologies
Association BrailleNet
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