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Re: Table cells with subheadings


From: Dolenko, Kristen
Date: May 26, 2023 8:55AM

Wouldn't CSS be more accessible on mobile devices? And easier to scan using a screen reader?

Kristen Dolenko
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On 26/05/2023 15:31, Dolenko, Kristen wrote:
> In the table yes...but if we pulled the info out of the table and structured it using CSS, better, no?

Better ... why? The information there is tabular in nature, so why are you keen on removing that clear structure and, presumably, just mimicking the look of a table with CSS?

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