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Re: Color contrast in links -- is it important?


From: Patrick H. Lauke
Date: Apr 22, 2007 7:30AM

tedd wrote:

> PS: Active link status simply means what the link "looks like" upon
> activation. Some people like to see a momentary visual conformation
> when they click something. I don't think it's important for
> disability issues, but all people are the same. I'm sure there is
> some form of conformation of an action for you as well.

That's the sort of thing that, in my mind, should be the responsibility
of the user agent. For instance, I seem to remember that in IE you can
have an audible "click" sound for each link activation...this could
conceivably be extended to non-aural types of confirmation at browser
level as well.

Patrick H. Lauke