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Nav technique suggestion

Sent by Eric Shepherd on 9 September 2005 16:04


The problem with that is, of course, that it is a very nice font, and
italic, and substituting plain text would seriously degrade the
graphic design. That said, what exactly do you need sliding doors for
if you are using a graphic which is already presized?

On 9/9/05, CJ Larson [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> [A little bit off the topic you are specifically referring to:]
> 
> One possible change you might make would be to take the text out of the
> graphic and make it actual text, since the text isn't changing between
> normal and :hover states.  This would help the accessibility of your
> site in that screen readers wouldn't need to read image alt tags, at
> least.  I'm not as "fluent" in accessibility as I'd like to be, so if
> I'm wrong someone please correct me!
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> Here is all of the nav together to see what I am going for (rollover
> state and normal state).
> http://www.lice-control.com/images/licecontrolsite-nav.gif
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