On Fri, 1 Feb 2002, RUST Randal wrote:
> OK, here's a solid accessibility question for you, and one that seems to
> cause a furor of debate.
> How do you properly provide descriptions of images that you have used in CSS
> backgrounds to disabled users?
If it's a background image specified via CSS, then it should only be a
decoration, not an essential design element, so why would they need to
know about it? From what I've seen in "regular" browsers (IE5.5, NS6),
when a background image is specified only in CSS, and not as an actual
HTML element (img, body background), you can't get properties for the
image via the right-click context menu.
Ernest MacDougal Campbell III, MCP+I, MCSE [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
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