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RE: Rendering question

From: RUST Randal <RRust@COVANSYS.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2002 08:30:02 -0500
Message-ID: <37925254B67DD311876C009027B0FF9201D3A5AF@cbscolex01.cbsinc.com>
To: "'Dave J Woolley'" <david.woolley@bts.co.uk>, "Css (E-mail)" <www-style@w3.org>
In this case, the client only requires conformance with Level A of the W3
accessibility guidelines, so I think it might be an option.

The only reason they have asked for a "text only" site is because they are
not knowlegeable about web development, and have asked for what they have
always asked for since 1995.  They do not understand that most of their
clients will be on minimum 56K modems, using 4.0 browsers.

Randal

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave J Woolley [mailto:david.woolley@bts.co.uk]
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 8:07 AM
To: 'RUST Randal'
Subject: RE: Rendering question



> If i set the "display" property of a <div> to "none," does the User Agent
> STILL render the image?  Or does it just skip over it?
	[DJW:]  
	See the specification.  (display: none applies 
	recursively)

> The reason for the question is that a client has requested a "text only"
> version of the site, which is fine, but if I can use one page for both
> versions, rather than constructing two separate sites, by simply using
> Javascript to show/hide images, then that would be great.
	[DJW:]  
	If they have requested text-only, chances are that
	they also one JavaScript free.

[DJW:]  

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