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Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 22:41:10 +0200
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I think that "invent" new tag valid independently from elements to which
they would be apply, let them W3C HTML compatible and force the
implementation by any browser, could improve the accessibility of any web
site that use the new tag. In this fashion, also the screen reader,
following the new rules would correct identify what to read basing the
recognition on a new "standard" and not using old HTML style.

One example could be the headers attribute valid only for table descendants.
Why not let it available for all tags, so for example a pure css table could
benefit from it and readers do the same?

I'm interested to discuss further more about this. Simply get in touch with
me.

 

Sincerely

Andrea Moro

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