Marvin, I hope your message generates a lot of good replies. I gave up on coding web pages in Notepad about two versions of HTML ago. It's now just too complicated if you want your web page to be anything more than straight text, and if you want positioning of pictures in any kind of way that makes sensory sense to a sighted person rather than just dropping them willy-nilly wherever they might fit. And forget about buttons that say things on them for sighted people to click, or text boxes with special stuff embedded in them, ... I wouldn't know how to do that stuff in Notepad on a bet any more. When I was working for IBM a couple years back, there was a disabled employees' in-company email list where there were a couple folks, totally blind, who were working on Websphere using Dream Weaver which they said was very accessible and created what they were told were pretty nice-looking web pages. Dream Weaver is supposed to be an industry standard these days. Have you tried it? I've never had my hands on it, this is only hearsay and is now about three years old news, but I hope it helps anyway.