Out of curiosity, I also checked the website. For me, some links are identified as such, but the stories, as Vicki found, say only graphic. Nevertheless, when I pressed enter on one of the graphics, I was taken to that story. I believe I turned off element attributes (I haven't double-checked), but it doesn't seem to prevent such links from being activated, even if not identified as such by JAWS. I'm using JAWS 8, IE 6 and Windows XP.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Dean Martineau" <dean@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>The site works fine for me with JFW8 and IE7. You probably have Indicate Element Attributes turned off in your configuration manager, because the links are properly identified as clickable and OnMouseOver. I hit enter on the Stories link and it worked.
DeanAt 07:18 AM 8/22/2007, you wrote: I was wondering if someone could look at this website and see if they can clikc on any links. The links say graphic instead of link, and I can't access them by anything I've tried yet. The site is:
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