[access-uk] Re: Can someone help me with a questionaire on a website please.

Alex,

I've taken a look at the site and found it quite interesting but am not
sure at this stage that I want to join.  I therefore felt I'd waste
their time and have to explain myself if I completed a form.

I hope you all get the little teething problems resolved soon.


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Subject: [access-uk] Can someone help me with a questionaire on a
website please.


Hi all,

Recently I sent the moderator of this list some information about  a
site called visions voice, which is the site of a visually impaired
campaigning group that I have recently joined.  The link is
www.visionsvoice.org.uk

They have a questionnaire on their site which is in the form of an
online form which is easy enough to complete but when I submit the form
it seems as though what is being sent is a blank E-mail.

I have talked to the web design team, who are visually impaired
themselves, and they are looking into it, but, I was wondering if
someone on this list who uses a combination of Windows XP home, JFW 510
and Outlook Express could try the site and see if they have the same
results.

Thank you  in advance for any help and I hope that those who look at the

site
find it interesting.


Alexander Shannon

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