Christian Heilmann wrote:
> The other problem is that you simulate a perfectly good attribute
> behaviour with markup. A user without CSS or with a screen reader will
> see/hear "Main Section to the front page" which does not make much
> sense. A script like nicetitles uses the title attribute to do exactly
> what you want to achieve. If you want to go the way mentioned above, you
> also need to ensure that the content of the link makes sense as a whole.
That's a good point I had not considered. What if some
explanitory "connector" text were added between the two
parts in a new span, contained in the popup span?
"Main Section Page|, click this to go |to the front page"
Then that inner span is kept "display: none" for the css
page, and the popup does not show that new text. When css
is off, the link makes more sense.
I admit it could be clumsy in some cases, but that's par
for the course in web design, right?
I'll have to add this idea to the next part of the article.
The darned articles ALWAYS mushroom out of control! Oy.
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