> Setting aside the debate "should we or should we not use IR
> techniques", I might have not expressed myself correctly in my post.
> I understand the method and its benefits. I was just stressing that:
> 1. Problems remain if a user can display images and bumps up font size
> (either the text shows through (unless you are willing to use extra
> large images to account for worst case scenario), or the image
> becomes blurry, even if you specify its size using relative units
> like you do in another example). Some users I know must increase
> their font-size to 500% to be able to read.
> 2. Even if anchors are used instead of images, since take into
> account the css on/img off scenario, you have a problem if you want
> to use transparent / partially transparent images to replace your
> text, since your text must be hidden "under" the image.
I was just pointing out that this technique is not limited to using a shim,
that's all (NP with your post at all ;).
I agree with you , there are so many issues/parameters to deal with that
it's impossible to cover everything.
Thierry | www.TJKDesign.com
PS: where are you from with all these é and ô in your name?
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