Thread Subject: Re: Group B: 22(k) Text-only page
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From: Travis Roth
Date: Wed, Nov 15 2006 4:00 PM
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John Slatin wrote:
"Text-only is OK for users who are blind"
I find that "text-only" is too restrictive for all in many instances. In the
case of the web, does "text-only" allow for there to be a method of
navigation to move from page to page? Or is an entire set of content or
application supposed to be presented on one browser page? Are forms or any
interactive activity allowed?
And how does one make a "text-only" version of a web application?
A statement that says that as a last case scenario to provide an equivalent
alternative and to do this using proven accessible technologies seems more
useful and helpful.
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