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What do screen readers really say?

Sent by Julian Rickards on 12 September 2003 12:12


On 12 Sep 2003 at 11:37, lynn alford wrote:

> The alternative is that if navigational elements come after the
> content in the html then you don't need to skip navigation.  Using
> styles, you can still place the navigational elements where ever you
> like, and people who tab through will be happy.

Really? I don't have any personal experience with this but I 
thought that, for example, JAWS interprets IE in the order in 
which it is presented on screen, top left to bottom right which 
means that it wouldn't matter if you have content first in HTML or 
last, the reading order is based on final presentation. This being 
the case, wouldn't tab order also follow presentation order, not 
code order?

Jules
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