--- RUST Randal [EMAIL-REMOVED]> 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 you think a description is necessary, then you shouldn't use the
image in the stylesheet, but put it in the markup instead. After all,
CSS should be used for presentational purposes only, and not to
But if the image is appropriate as a CSS background-image, then I
would think it appropriate to provide the same "mood" or "feel" that
the background-image provides, just in a different media.
<http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/aural.html#mixing-props> looks like a
BTW, accessibility features of CSS are discussed at
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