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Subject: Re: [uk-netmarketing] RE: The Rules
From: Silas Denyer
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 16:19:41 -0000

----- Original Message -----
From: "James Cridland" <james [dot] cridlandatmediauk [dot] com>
> Correct me if I'm wrong here, but it's not _frames_ which are no good,
> the software that the visually-impaired browsers use, in this instance.
> Ergo, if their software won't read out "I have found two frames - pagemenu
> and pagecontent", then that's a software issue and not the problem of the
> website author.

Err, how about "I have found seven frames - pagemenu, pagedivider, pagestats
(1x1 pixel...), page header, pagefooter, info_bar, pagecontent - which
should I display?" - is that still a software issue. Most sighted people who
have seen many sites would struggle with sorting that one - how do you
expect those who haven't to do so?

Mea culpa for me too, in that I sit in my very own glasshouse, but equally
I'm not defending it, & the next iterations of everything we do will carry
the "Bobby Approved" symbol with pride...

Silas Denyer
Director, Turns Ltd
e. silas [dot] denyeratturns [dot] net
t. 07956 661902

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