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Re: Skip Nav (was RE: "Think EUO, not SEO"/Google)

From: Charles McCathieNevile <charles@sidar.org>
Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2003 16:56:44 +0200
Cc: David Woolley <david@djwhome.demon.co.uk>, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
To: David Poehlman <poehlman1@comcast.net>
Message-Id: <6A6BA753-9E78-11D7-83DE-000A958826AA@sidar.org>

I think the value in aural CSS is precisely that it would allow people 
to customise the presentation without having to worry which screen 
reader they were using at the time - in the same way that CSS allows 
authors to get reasonably reliable presentation across a variety of 

It is true that browser develpers haven't done a very good job of 
implementing CSS until now (if they were building aeroplanes I would 
travel by boat, but a friend of mine who teaches aero engineering does 
that). But for many straightforward things CSS is now the easiest and 
most transportable way to customise presentation and think that most 
people will get a similar experience.



On Saturday, Jun 14, 2003, at 14:41 Europe/Zurich, David Poehlman wrote:

> The best use for an aural css is for aural devices for delivery.  Since
> there are so many different screen readers and since they controll the
> presentation themselves, aural css does not yeild anything for them.
Charles McCathieNevile                          Fundación Sidar
charles@sidar.org                                http://www.sidar.org
Received on Saturday, 14 June 2003 10:57:33 UTC

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