On Wednesday, February 06, 2002, Brian wrote:
> My current interest is the presentation order for content-heavy pages, such
> as a page with a 1,000 word article and an accompanying site-menu. In those
> cases, my initial impulse is to use the order: header, content, menu,
> The more opinions the better, and I'm especially interested in thoughts from
> those of you knowledgable of accessibility concerns. Is there anything
> unique to screen readers or other less-widely-used devices that make one
> order or grouping better than another?
I think most people that need to see the page 'degraded' will be happy
when you've actually managed to separate the page nicely in those four
sections. That said, I know of pages that a use the order 'content -
menu', but have a single link to the menu above the content.
(Opera Software employee)
Mot du Jour:
Why is "abbreviated" such a long word?