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What do screen readers really say?

Sent by Curtis Clark on 9 September 2003 15:03


on 2003-09-09 03:34 Bob Easton wrote:
> i.e. The best way to hide skip nav links is the way we have always done 
> it, with a link on a small / unobtrusive / or transparent image.

Joe Clark points out in his accessibility book that skip navigation 
links are also used by sighted people with motor impairments. This would 
argue for something large- and self-explanatory enough that a user could 
tab to it and understand what it was intended to do.

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Curtis Clark                  http://www.csupomona.edu/~jcclark/
Mockingbird Font Works                  http://www.mockfont.com/

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