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Layout using CSS

From: WCAG 2.0 Comment Form <nobody@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 07:49:23 +0000 (GMT)
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Name: Yukie Motomiya
Email: yukie.motomiya.zm@hitachi.com
Affiliation: Hitachi, Ltd.
Document: TD
Item Number: G59: Placing the interactive elements in an order that follows sequences and relationships...
Part of Item: Description
Comment Type: question
Summary of Issue: Layout using CSS
Comment (Including rationale for any proposed change):
In the last sentence within the \"Description\" section, it reads \"When the source order does not match the visual order, the tab order through the content must reflect the logical relationships in the content that are displayed visually.\"



What if the author positions the groups of the content in the different order than the source order by using CSS? For example, a web page contains the navigation bar and the main content. In the visually rendered order, the navigation bar is placed first in the content, the main content is placed second. However, in the source order, the main content is placed first and the navigation bar is placed second. In this case, the visually displayed order does not much the source order, but the tab order through the logical relationships and sequences make sense. Is this applied to G59 technique?

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