[Imc-alternatives] indycore page layout suggestion
rrbaker at gmail.com
Fri Jan 26 05:19:12 PST 2007
Another solution may be to simply put a "skip to content" anchor tag
just after the body tag, display:hidden so it only appears to those
with screen readers.
<div id="skipit"><a href="#content"></div>
This is actually common practice and is actually employed and
supported by the W3C and WAI: http://www.w3.org/WAI/sitehelp.html.
On 1/25/07, John Milton <john at johnmilton.ca> wrote:
> When rendered on a text only browser the site as coded now has about 200
> lines of links at the top of the page prior to getting to the page
> specific content. This is generally seen as bad design for visually
> impaired folks who use this sort of browser with screen readers or other
> such systems if it can be avoided.
> Would it be a hassle to put some of the more generic links <div>'s
> further down the flow of the page?
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