On Monday, March 13, 2006, at 04:32 am, Felix Miata wrote:
> Dropping Verdana and Helvetica from your styles would also be
That's a shame... I use Verdana a lot. Although I have used Trebuchet
MS for the main text in this case, and Arial for the links. Verdana is
only used in the <h> tags, as far as I'm aware. I will go through and
check. And the main text is set to .9em (90%) of the Body, which is set
at 100.01%. I thought this was acceptable practice - am I mistaken? :(
On Monday, March 13, 2006, at 02:23 am, Christian Montoya wrote:
> you could put a "skip to content"
> on-page link that is hidden by the CSS in the stylesheet.
Thanks for the pointer, Christian... tis done! Hopefully there won't be
any adverse effects! :)
On Monday, March 13, 2006, at 11:44 am, Bob Easton wrote:
By the way, use the text "skip to MAIN content." Without the
adjective, some screen readers pronounce content the wrong way, as in
Thanks Bob, will correct that on the main site template. I'm now having
a problem with the dropdown menu bleeding in Firefox. Am sending
separate post to list.
Thanks to all,
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