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What do screen readers really say?

Sent by John Colby on 11 September 2003 16:04


I have created an accessibility section on a set of pages we're working
on for the University - http://www.cie.uce.ac.uk/essential - let me know
what you think. We're still testing but the initial response from
visually impaired users has been encouraging - they can set their
preference and (as long as they have javascript and cookies set) it
works for the whole site.

If anyone wants the source, mail me direct and I'll ship you a zip file
of a couple of the relevant pages.

P.S. Because it has the navigation at the bottom of the HTML and we use
styles for positioning, it works well in JAWS, I'm told, as the nav is
at the bottom of the spoken page.

John

John Colby
Lecturer, School of Computing, Faculty of Computing, Information and
English
Room F328a, Feeney Building, University of Central England,
Franchise Street, Perry Barr, Birmingham B42 2SU
Tel: +44 (0) 121 331 6937, Fax +44 (0) 121 331 6281, Mobile: 0771 114
1621


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