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Re: Ordered Lists and Forms
From: Caleb Tang
Date: Jun 29, 2009 10:30AM
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I agree to have it done using div or br rather than ol/li. Apart form audio
clutter, it is also semantically confusing.
Accessibility & Usability Consultant
On 29/06/2009 16:29, "Dan Conley" < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> I only skimmed the article, but wouldn't it be easier to use a div as a
> container than an ol/li? I use the styling given in Charles Wyke-Smith's
> Stylin' with CSS pretty much verbatim, and I think it accomplishes the
> same result with more appropriate markup (similar to using a dl for
> Dan Conley
> Justin Svetlik wrote:
>> I have used this method myself, it makes creating forms without the use
>> of tables much easier.
>> A List Apart has an article
>> <http://www.alistapart.com/articles/prettyaccessibleforms/> on this method.
>> Steve, I can see how this would cause audio clutter but not visual as
>> you would set list-style:none;, what method do you use for marking up forms?