Thread Subject: Re: Bypassing content.
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From: Barrett, Don
Date: Fri, Jun 08 2007 12:45 PM
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I agree about the issue of the content being a footer. We might just
say something like:
"A mechanism shall be available to bypass blocks of content that are
repeated on multiple Web pages, except where such content constitutes
the bottom end of the web page."
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Subject: [teitac-websoftware] Bypassing content.
I have a slight issue on the testability of : "A mechanism shall be
available to bypass blocks of content that are repeated on multiple Web
What exactly constitutes a 'block of content'?
Also if the repeated content is the last thing on the page, is a bypass
still necessary? If so, where should it bypass too?
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