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RE: Linking back after D links
From: Paul Bohman
Date: Jun 17, 2002 3:36PM
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When using IBM Home Page Reader 3.0 in Windows 2000, I clicked on some
of the links, then used the ALT + back arrow to go to the previous page.
When it arrived at the previous page, it started to read the document
from where I clicked on the link. So it worked for me in the way that
you want it to.
Home Page Reader uses Microsoft Internet Explorer as the basis for its
browser. I have IE 6 installed.
WebAIM (Web Accessibility in Mind)
Center for Persons with Disabilities
Utah State University
...I was just wondering if any
other screen readers out there work properly as does IE or Netscape in
utilizing their back key. You can test from my example page
http://www.resiusa.org/scea/modules/prs_mod2.htm to see if you go back
the proper place by choosing the back key but keep in mind I have
setup the page to link back to the proper place if you choose my back
link. Just ignore that and let me know if it works any other way. I
appreciate any one who finds this problem often to give me their
and I will contact the necessary vendors to see if they can improve upon
this feature in their screen readers. This would save some of us a lot
RESI, Jr. Web Developer
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