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From: Donna Breslin
Date: Nov 12, 2003 12:13PM

Hello, If this is doubled Im sorry, I wrote it once, and never saw it
so I thought I'd send it again.

I am also confused about a few things maybe someone
could shed some light. All of our pages have to be accessible, so I
run my url through Bobby and it tells me needs repair, Priority 1 user
checks. I run my site thru the jaws reader and it reads it in
Microsoft IE, but doesnt do very well in Netscape.
We have software called Accuverify, I run the url in
that, it tells me we passed.
I'm confused.
What exactly makes me ada compliant & accessible?

We use Javascript throughout our site for variousa pplications, so to
make that accessible we just put <noscript> tags in?

Also what is a standards-compliant browser?

Any help would be appreciated.

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