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Re: Request for site review

From: Marjolein Katsma <access@javawoman.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 11:27:29 +0200
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To: "Jonathan Chetwynd" <jay@peepo.com>, "Bruce Bailey" <bbailey@clark.net>, "Web Accessibility Initiative" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
These are two LOGOs - they just happen to consist of letters. The ALT attributes for both actually say they're logos. Both also contain more than just letters (lines).

I don't see anything wrong with logos that happen to consist of letters - there are many. They're still logo's in the sense they're used as identification: they're there to be recognized, not "read".

But presenting text that is meant to be _read_ (menus, body text, headers even) in the form of GIFs is another matter.

IMO, of course.


At 08:49 2000-04-14 +0100, Jonathan Chetwynd wrote:
>This is one I cannot seem to get my head around.
>How come the WAI homepage has 2 examples of GIF'd text right at the top of
>the page?
>special needs teacher
>web accessibility consultant

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