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From: Geof Collis
Date: Dec 24, 2009 9:39AM
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If I understand it correctly then it is the same question I
originally asked and I would not do it in my design, but that is my
own personal choice just so long as it doesn't flatout violate WCAG
2.0 and so far I haven't heard an argument that it is.
At 10:37 AM 12/24/2009, you wrote:
>"Sorry I dont understand, can you give an example?"
>Our site template begin with a block for the agency wide
>banner. That banner contains the site-wide title (within <h1> tags)
>and some site-wide links ("Subject Index," "Home," "Contact Us,"
>etc.), and the "search" tool. Below the agency-level banner there
>is a subsite banner that indicates what sub-section of our site you
>are in. This is in an <h2> tag. Below that is the sub-site wide
>navigation (done with unordered lists and css).
>Only after the above do you get to the unique content for a specific
>page. The title here is an <h1> tag.
>My question relates to the usefulness of heading tags in the
>site-wide, or sub-site banners. This text is logically a "title,"
>but it is not the unique title for a page.