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RE: [WebAIM] breadcrumb navigation
> -----Original Message-----
> From: p.h.lauke [mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ]
Since we have ended up agreeing that the original suggestion of image-based
technique was not the best one in this instance, I shall make this my last
word on the subject, but I can't let this go without commenting on:
> The code defines the logical
> relationship and hierarchies of the content. It does not
> necessarily have anything to do with the visual.
The visual (and aural occasionaly) representation is the most important
thing. Perhaps the CSS mantra of seperating Display from Content has gone
too far - after all one of the WCAG guidelines is to ensure that the document
remains usable with all 'features' (scripting, images and even CSS) turned
off. Remove all of the <p>s and <div>s and a document becomes little more
than a bunch of bytes.
Perhaps that's not what you meant, but you seem to be putting the cart before
the horse, although my point was that many people seem to be doing that these
days, so don't take any of this personally. (After all we know very little
about each other really...)