Allison Bloodworth wrote:
>This is great--thank you! I'm hoping to incorporate as many of your
>suggestions as we can. One small correction: I believe you based the
>revision you did was based on this page:
>ucb-nested.htm, not this (old) one:
Glad you can use it. :-) - Yes: I saw the newer version later on; and
because my testing was just an example, I didn't worry to much.
>Unfortunately I can't use FANGS with Firefox 1.5, but on a 12/18 post on the
>Fangs site it looks like they will be finishing a version for FF 1.5 soon. I
>had actually downloaded FANGS previously, but am not sure I ever used it.
Yes again: they promise "really soon now" and "as soon as possible" (but
didn't mention a deadline). They offer to give a notification when the
new version is available, when you sign up to the Fangs mailing list
But as you can see in my FANGS-screenshot
of the testmodel-page, the result in Fangs is pretty the same as in the
"View > No-style" option which you can see in all FF-versions.
- In the w3c html-validator there is an option "Outline". Very easy
checkpoint: at the bottom of the result page they give the
page-structure as found in the headings ( = schematical representation
of the highlighted items in Fangs)..
- I tried the testmodelpage in the online Lynx Viewer
<http://www.delorie.com/web/lynxview.html> ("This service allows web
authors to see what their pages will look like (sort of) when viewed
with Lynx, a text-mode web browser"). And, o wonder!, this gives exacty
the same output as the No-style version.
- For testing accessibility in Lynx (and other browsers), there is a
Lynx-emulation option in the Cynthia says testing page
>We have other plans (which were not implemented in the navigation snippet I
>shared with the list) to increase the accessibility of this site by creating
Adding access keys: good thing too!
>and by creating a "skip to main content"
>(http://www.jimthatcher.com/skipnav.htm) link--I think it might be helpful
>to indicate in your links that the "Calendar of Intercollegiate Golf Events
>2006" is the "Main content".
Yes: in fact the first link in the No-style version of the testpage is
the "skip to main content"-link, but this can be refined and better
represented. Like starting with the text:
"Welcome at the text edition of this page. You can <link>skip to the
main content</link>: Calendar of Intercollegiate Golf Events 2006. The
rest of this page consists of menu's for navigating to other parts of
this site. The list of possible menu's is: .... <list with links>." or
something like that.
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