> Thanks for all who directed me to links on list styling.
> At 11:45 AM +0200 10/7/04, Chris Heilmann wrote:
>>The accessibility guidelines tell us not to rely on CSS alone, and a
>>current navigation point should also be obvious when CSS is off.
>>Furthermore basic usability best practises tell you that the current page
>>should not link to itself.
> How do I turn off this link to itself?
That's where CSS fails us and we need to rely on SSI or a proper
>>I normally use the aforementioned technique with the difference that the
>>current page is not a link but a strong. Parent elements get a strong
>>inside the link.
> I don't understand what you mean by a "strong"?
> (I thought <strong> was a tag that made something bold?)
Exactly, which means that it will appear different without CSS (apart from
not only NOT being a link).
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