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What do screen readers really say?

Sent by Julian Rickards on 9 September 2003 12:12


On 9 Sep 2003 at 6:34, Bob Easton wrote:

>  Instead, we now see designers
> putting skip navigation links, and other sorts of accessibility
> material, in pages as simple text and then hiding it from the screen
> with display:none.

I was planning on trying visibility: hidden but I see that it too is 
hidden from many of the screen readers. Another option is to set 
the text color to the same value as the background - I assume 
that this would work but you could test it. Of course, it would 
depend on the type of background. Another option might be to 
use a 1x 1 transparent image with alt text (surrounded of course 
with anchor tags).

Jules.
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