Strongly disagree with Source ordering

As far as I understand (or which translate it into
point 12 : « CSS layouts, particularly those with absolutely-positioned
elements that are removed from the document flow, may simply be
<> prohibited at the highest level.
In fact, source order must match presentation order even at the lowest
level. », I can't agree with that. shows 40 design based on the same markup,
but with differents visual apparences and ordering. It is accessible !
Accessibility means that the content must be *understandable* without the
CSS, not that it should be presented in the same order.
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Received on Tuesday, 23 May 2006 17:56:00 UTC