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Re: An Accessible method of hiding HTML content


From: Tim Beadle
Date: Jun 4, 2004 7:17AM

On Fri, Jun 04, 2004 at 09:12:25AM -0400, sllists wrote:
> The problem is that most graphics shown on HTML pages are bitmapped which
> means they don't magnify very well. Vector Graphics scale well (such as
> those used with Flash).

Very true - I should have pointed this out. My main point still holds, though.
For users of magification software, otherwise unresizable text will resize,
albeit with 'jaggies' in the case of bitmapped graphics.

"Those confused souls who write *virii are tacitly positing the existence of
the non-word *virius, and declining it as though it were like filius...Virii
is still completely silly, so don't do that; otherwise, everyone will know
you're just a blathering script kiddie." -- Tom Christiansen