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From: Tarek Alaaeddin
Date: May 29, 2002 10:21AM
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Thanks Melanie for your response. But what I am trying to do, is to make JAWS ignore certain things on the page, while rendering the page, Jaws wont even no that this element existed on the page.
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From: "Zwack, Melanie" < <EMAIL REMOVED> >
Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 12:48:56 -0400
>On our site, we are using skip navigation throughout the entire site, so
>users can skip this navigation which is repeated on all of the pages (if
>they'd like to).
>If you scroll over to the right of the seal and to the left of the
>Enforcement text on the mast, you will see the url for #skip nav. If you
>click on this, it will take you down below the skip navigation. Users can
>select this option for all of our pages.
>Maybe, you too have an element that you would like to repeatedly skip.
>Hope this helps you out!!
>From: Tarek Alaaeddin [mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ]
>Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 12:38 PM
>To: <EMAIL REMOVED>
>Subject: Accessibility Questions
>Is there is a way to I can make jaws ignore certail elements on the page,
>without any negative impact on the whole page. Also I am just wondering if
><button type="buton" accesskey="S" name="btnAddItem" onclick="alert('Save
>Service Request')" ><span style="text-decoration:
>Will have an impact on button accessibility, the reason I used that is just
>to specify that Save button will have S underlined.
>Any comments are appreciated..
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