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RE: Supernova and alt-text

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From: Steven Faulkner
Date: Aug 21, 2005 5:00PM


Hi Annie,
How have you coded the images and links to warn viewers?
If you have you put this information in a title attribute then it may well
be that Supernova does not read this information,
I don't think Supernova has support for the title attribute (on link
elements).


with regards

Steven Faulkner
Web Accessibility Consultant
National Information & Library Service (NILS)
454 Glenferrie Road
Kooyong Victoria 3144
Phone: (613) 9864 9281
Fax: (613) 9864 9210
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Download the Web Accessibility Toolbar
[http://www.nils.org.au/ais/web/resources/toolbar/]

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Subject: [WebAIM] Supernova and alt-text


I am currently conducting an accessibility assessment on our intranet
site. I have just encountered something a bit baffling. Supernova did not
warn me that a new window was going to open. We have the links and image
links coded to warn users, which it does in JAWS. Yet in supernova, on a
mouse-over, it did not 'pop-up'. And since users do not always use both the
magnifier and reader, it is a practical issue.

Is this a supernova issue?

I would like to be able to recommend on a course of action. Thank you in
advance.

Cheers,

Annie Belanger

Inet Team, Canada



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