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Re: [WAI-IG] Stylesheet question

From: Beheler Kim <beheler_kim@bah.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 11:28:17 -0500
Message-ID: <405093A1.859E3CD3@bah.com>
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org

Hi Lois, thanks for the help.  I already know how to create a style
sheet.  I am testing someone else's site right now and am unsure of the
508 guidelines when it comes to inline styles vs css.  This site uses
both a css and in some pages includes inline styles.  What I would like
to know is if this makes it non-compliant bc inline styles overwrite a
user-defined style sheets?  I was unsure if inline styles actually
overwrite what a user would set for their style sheet.  Any comments
would be greatly appreciated.


Lois Wakeman wrote:
> Dear Kim,
> Without wishing to seem rude, it isn't hard to make a simple web page with
> attached style sheet and embedded fonts, and see for yourself what happens,
> surely? It should only take you a few minutes to test, not much more than
> composing and sending your original message <smile />
> (You can always borrow one of the many publicly available style sheets if
> you are not confident enough in CSS to make your own yet. I have a couple on
> my web site for example, at http://lois.co.uk/services/access.shtml#styles.
> They are not beautiful, but more than adequate for testing. You can use the
> sample pages too, and add some font tags. Don't forget to test in a few
> browsers, as the results may not be identical.)
> Lois Wakeman
> --------------------------------
> http://lois.co.uk
> http://siteusability.com
> http://communicationarts.co.uk
Received on Thursday, 11 March 2004 11:29:39 UTC

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