[drupal-devel] CivicSpace Labs launches new beta site
mcsparkerton at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Mar 13 09:04:33 UTC 2005
You should be okay for screen readers Chris.
The text is still there and the screen reader will read it, but it just
won't show up on the screen of a person browsing with images turned off
- since its styled to be -9999em off to the left (i.e. off the screen).
Steven Peck wrote:
> There is text to speech software setups that allow blind people to use
> IE as their browser. My cousin and her husband (both blind) use such a
> setup. The turn off images in browsers.
>>From: drupal-devel-bounces at drupal.org
>>[mailto:drupal-devel-bounces at drupal.org] On Behalf Of Chris Messina
>>Sent: Saturday, March 12, 2005 3:04 PM
>>To: drupal-devel at drupal.org
>>Subject: Re: [drupal-devel] CivicSpace Labs launches new beta site
>>The other thing you mentioned about turning off images is something I
>>hadn't really considered. It's a problem for text replacement, for
>>sure, but I wonder how many people browse with images turned off. I
>>certainly know it happens -- I just wonder whether it's worth
>>investing much time in.
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