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Reframing my question

From: bekah <bekah@collaborighting.net>
Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2002 10:21:40 -0500
Message-ID: <3C39BD04.6070001@collaborighting.net>
To: www-style@w3.org
Dear w3 style list:

I asked a question (below) about navigation and CSS recently. I was 
going to post some examples to this list.
But as I study the problem more, I find new questions arise.

The accessibility universe is in a state of expansion. New user agents 
are being developed. Decisions I make now
on web design may be obsolete in a few years.

I have succeeded in separating structure from presentation. I am using 
CSS to control the look of my HTML page, but not
consistently from browser to browser.

Am I wasting my time orchestrating my style sheets to work with each 
browser especially since my content is not due to be published for at 
least 6 years?

By that time, will a portable document standard be available for 
universal accessibility?

Bekah

> Hi,
>
> I am using cascading style sheets to implement accessible webpages.
>
> My pages are looking good in alternative browsers except for one 
> problem: navigation.
> The voice browsers run my boxes together (I am using classes and ids 
> and DIVs.)
>
> Can anyone point me to a good reference on how to fix this? I do not 
> see one handy at www.w3.org .
> Also, http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/ is difficult to scroll on both 
> mozilla and IE.
>
> Thank you,
> Bekah
Received on Monday, 7 January 2002 10:19:31 GMT

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