Re: Web Design

Hmmm. Nevermind. running a keyword search on the phrase "definitive guide" 
pulled it up, but not html or the actuall reference number, interesting. 
thanks.

Brad


gary patterson wrote:
>I am in the beginning stages of learning web design. If you are a
>braille reader, there is  a book named HTML & XHTML Definitive Guide
>Fourth Edition in the NLS collection. The book number is br13934. It's
>on WebBraille. It's eight volumes, so WebBraille is quite the ticket for
>a lengthy book like this.
>
>I have purchased FTP Voyager. Jim Snowbarger has JAWS scripts for this
>software. Without the scripts, it is usable.
>
>Thanks David, I may have a couple of questions for you.
>
>Gary
>
>
>David Poehlman wrote:
> >
> > james,
> >
> > this is not jaws related, but to make a web site that is friendly to jaws
> > and other screen readers, you could do oneor a combination of things.
> >
> > 1> find a site you like and grab the source code and examine it for ideas.
> >
> > 2> assuming you don't know anything about site development, dig in and
> > learn.  Yur best building tool is either notepad or word pad or something
> > similar.  Don't try using any of the tools because the effort you spend
> > learning how to use them is more than what it takes tolearn how to do html.
> >
> > 3> references:
> > http://www.htmlhelp.com
> > this one is good.  It has a lot of info and html references on it.
> > Http://www.htmlgoodies.com
> > this one is a good one too for similar reasons.  These sites will lead you
> > to others and if I can help, Dont hesitate to drop me a note.
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Quanin" <quanin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 11:39 PM
> > Subject: Web Design
> >
> > I've been looking for a way to come up with a decent website, and am
> > honestly not sure what the best option is. I know someone was able to do
> > it, because the site for this list is, IMO, pretty decent... and as far as
> > I know a blind/visually impaired person made that. So, um, how? Help?
> > Please?
> >
> > James
> >
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