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From: Accessibility India
Date: Jan 31, 2011 9:36AM
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I believe the list showed with google search results will be a better
choice which is almost near to your first option.
Thanks & regards
On 1/30/11, adam solomon < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> What is the best way to implement a simple yet accessible paging. The two
> standard ways I see all over the place are:
> 1. set of numbers, each one a link to that particular numbered page, with
> arrow links to navigate to different sets of pages.
> 2. dropdownlist with all the pages, and a button next to it - choose the
> page number and press go.
> I personally prefer the second option - simple and to the point, and easier
> to markp up correctly. Yet, I am worried about a situation where there are
> many pages (500) and a keyboard user would have to navigate all the way down
> with arrow keys. The truth is that this is a problem even in the numbering
> paging - the user would have to suffer a number of postbacks before getting
> to the correct set of pages.
> Any thoughts?
> adam solomon
> linkedin <http://il.linkedin.com/pub/adam-solomon/24/449/a4>
> blogix <http://adam.blogix.co.il/>