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RE: Cascading Style Sheets for web accessibility

From: Léonie Watson <lw@nomensa.com>
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 11:58:29 -0000
Message-ID: <2A876A583754DD4E8E03CFE899FA16064B7ACF@saturn.intranet.nomensa.com>
To: "Adaptive Technology International" <ati3@sympatico.ca>, "WAI Interest Group" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

"3. Is the Cascading Style Sheets would b easy to learn by blind person?"


	Although some site is useful to verify the visual elements of web design, it is certainly something that visually impaired people are able to do.

	The Blind Webbers list, blindwebbers-subscribe@yahoogroups.com is a list for visually impaired developers, from novice to experienced. Many sighted people are also present on the list, so there is a good mix of abilities and skills.

Regards,
Léonie. 

-----Original Message-----
From: w3c-wai-ig-request@w3.org [mailto:w3c-wai-ig-request@w3.org] On Behalf Of Adaptive Technology International
Sent: Saturday, 04 March 2006 06:37
To: WAI Interest Group
Subject: Cascading Style Sheets for web accessibility


Dear all,

I have found out that, some web sites which are designed in  Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)are accessible and easy to navigate.
Now, my questions are:
1. How much the CSS based sites are more accessible compare to the web sites designed in HTML?
2. Is the CSS recommendable to design  web site for accessibility? if yes how?
3. Is the Cascading Style Sheets would b easy to learn by blind person?
4. Where do I get material to know about CSS?

Thanks in advance. 
Received on Monday, 6 March 2006 11:58:46 GMT

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