Thread Subject: Re: Group D: 22(d) Readable without stylesheets
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From: Lybarger, Barbara (MOD)
Date: Tue, Jan 02 2007 6:50 AM
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Could this be fixed by adding language something like "and reflective of
the reasonable order in which the author intends the content to be
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Subject: Re: [teitac-websoftware] Group D: 22(d) Readable without
> Sorry, I understood that if the reading order where programatically
determinable that I'd see it reflected possitively in apps which take
As Loretta indicated, there is another aspect related to the order being
useful. With that aspect comes a decrease in the level of testability
that should be noted.
As far as whether programmatically determined means that you'll notice a
good reading order with AT, you will, but that is dependant both on the
user agent that exposes the order and the developer/author/authoring
tool that creates the order that is exposed.
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