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(summary) accessible bells and whistles sites

From: Mitake Holloman Burts <mitake.97@alum.dartmouth.org>
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 1999 09:57:07 -0500
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Here are the suggestions I have received so far. 

From: "Robert Neff" <rneff@moon.jic.com>
This is a site i did with no tables in the main area

From: Joe Night <nightj@pionet.net>
You might find this a little interesting.
You can turn the images off and still get the drift of the web site.
Considering it's mostly a collection of photos that's fairly significant.

From: "Larry Goldberg" <Larry_Goldberg@wgbh.org>
try WGBH's site - www.wgbh.org

From: "Charles F. Munat" <coder@acnet.net>
I have a site that is still in beta testing, but it's pretty accessible (I
hope). I don't know if it will meet your needs or not.
I am working on designing accessible sites using dynamic code. 
The site itself is at http://ucitd.com The pages with the DHTML are
http://ucitd.com/dapp.cfm and http://ucitd.com/sepdt.cfm
P.S. If you want to see one of my pre-Cold Fusion sites that
degrades pretty well, try either http://vallartabooks.com or
http://tropicasa.com. They're not perfect, but they work,
and they're pretty accessible...

Thanks for all of the suggestions, it has definately helped get me started
in the right direction. Sorry about the lack of subject on the original post.


-----Original Message-----
From: Mitake Holloman Burts <mitake.97@alum.dartmouth.org>
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Date: Monday, February 15, 1999 2:06 PM
Subject: [w3c-wai-ig] <none>

>I am giving a (short) presentation on web accessibility to a communications
>class that I am taking. I am mostly trying to give my audience an idea of
>how fancy they can be and still be accessible as long as the design is
>good.  Can anyone suggest some bells and whistles sites that meet a
>standard of high accessibility and/or gracefully degrade as older browsers
>are used?
>Mitake Holloman Burts
>UNC-CH School of Information and Library Science
Received on Wednesday, 17 February 1999 09:58:06 UTC

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