Re: ISSUE 30 @longdesc use cases

On 24.08.2010 02:31, Ian Hickson wrote:
> ...
> There was no way, prior to hidden="", to initially hide the application
> page (which is useless until the user is logged in). Authors used
> display:none to fake this, but that has poor accessibility results; for
> example, it means any user agent without CSS support would see the content
> that was intended to be hidden.
> ...

So do you expect UAs to be released that do not support CSS but *do* 
support the new hidden attribute?

Best regards, Julian

Received on Tuesday, 24 August 2010 09:40:28 UTC