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RE: examples of sites with good accessibility

From: Bailey, Bruce <Bruce.Bailey@ed.gov>
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2006 12:45:57 -0400
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> For the sub-menus to be available to the tab order (and screen readers)

In a perfect world, one would be able to navigate submenus with the cursor keys.  (Like OS menus.)  The menus are linked to submenu pages, and this approach seems preferable to me to that used by the adobe.com navbar menu (which are also keyboard accessible).

Is there any reason the U Texas approach could not be extended to deeper menus?

But does anyone know of examples of navigation menus that are both fast (that is, does not require tabbing through menu sub items) and do not require submenu stationing pages?

By my inspection, once one is off the home page, the main body text is 9 point Veranda.  Certainly that is reasonable choice!
Received on Thursday, 19 October 2006 16:47:05 UTC

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