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Re: Complex use of Radio input


From: ben morrison
Date: Nov 24, 2009 8:25AM

On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 10:42 PM, Keith Parks < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
>> Here is an example of complex form accessibility using offscreen
>> labels:
>> http://html.cita.illinois.edu/nav/form/complex/index.php?example=2
> Sorry to reply to this rather late, but have you taken a look at that
> page with CSS off? =:^o
> Wow, what a nightmare. While technically it may meet the forms-
> accessibility guidelines (everything having a Label), it's hard to
> imagine it being *usable* by either a screen-reader user, or a user
> who replaced the default style sheet with their own for visual reasons.
> So it seems like on the practical side it would fail 508 (d).

Also that is a lot of potentially annoying long labels for a screen
reader - looks like overkill to me...
what has the feedback been?

Ben Morrison