Karen, happy to take a look if you can give me an address to go to. No
grandiose promises, but I can tell you a bit of wht it looks like to someone
with a bit of sight, but I also use screen readers and know a bit of HTML.
If you like, have a look at my humble podcasts list page and see if I've done anything that's any use to you. It's at
I'm on a board of directors for a ministry, and we're getting our web site
up. But there's a problem with the accessibility. I have no idea what I'm
doing here, and can't advise them. You know, at the top of web sites where
the information is given vertically, so that the links can be clicked? It's
a bar, visually, and our screen readers read it vertically. But I don't
know what to do with this. Here's how it reads:
Hmmm, well, not exactly, because on the web page, it goes straight across with the words stuck together and all. In this e-mail, you'll see line breaks where there aren't any on the page at all.
Okay, clear as mud? Anyone got any ideas where to send our web designer for
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