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Subject: Re: FLASH: text-only browsers
From: John Croteau
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 22:52:08 +0100

Hi Bryan,

> I work for a university and we're required to make our webpages
> available to people with disabilities. We do this by making our pages
> accessible to text-only browsers (such as lynx). Is there a way, using
> Flash, to make content available to these browsers, or to redirect these
> browsers to a text-only verson of a Flash page? Thanks.
That is what the NOEMBED tag in HTML is for.
Place non-Flash content or redirect there.

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