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RE: [OT] Re: grouping and bypassing links

From: Gabriel Bulfon <gbulfon@cgp.gba.gov.ar>
Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2004 15:06:57 -0300
Message-Id: <200402051817.i15IHmka011730@servmd.cgp.gba.gov.ar>
To: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

thank for your help James, but why map shouldn't be there? 

why this is not a question for accessibility guys? 

i am want to know if some reader can understand this:

<map tittle="Navigation Map">.. 

to permit skip it.

I use map tag to group a set ogf links (this is a 6.2 item's example
"Grouping and bypassing links" from Html techniques for Web Accessibility
Guidelines 1.0)


 regards
 

 

 


-----Original Message-----
From: James Craig [mailto:wai-ig@cookiecrook.com] 
Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 2:51 PM
To: Gabriel Bulfon; WAI Mailing list (E-mail)
Subject: [OT] Re: grouping and bypassing links

Gabriel Bulfon wrote:

> I write some like this:
> 
> <map title="Menu de navegación">
>             <a href="#firstOption" tabindex="1">Saltear barra de
> navegacion</a> | 
>             <a href="index.htm" class="Menu" title="Página de Inicio"
> tabindex="2" accesskey="I" hreflang="es">Inicio</a> | 
> <a href="Contacto.htm" class="Menu" title="Acceso a la Página de Contacto"
> tabindex="3" accesskey="C" hreflang="es">Contacto</a> |
> </map>
> <h1><a name="firstOption">Opciones en esta pagina</a></h1>

Everything looks right except for the <map> tags. Those shouldn't be 
there. Try looking up unordered lists instead (<ul>)...

That aside, this message is off the topic of accessibility and would be 
better suited for an HTML help list or a general web dev help list like 
WebDesign-L.

Good luck,
James

PS. As a pre-emptive avoidance, the W3C HTML list is not the appropriate 
  place for this either.

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