Re: How do you like it, Was: Help needed on Webdesign
I 'looked' with screen reader:-)
With Lynx and speech there is not much differrence between 1 and 2.
Extra table of contens in 3 is useful with longer pages.
Some helpful features:
- Link at top of page to skip navigation links and go directly to the
contens of the page.
- Full set of navigation links at the bottom of page.
On Sun, 12 Dec 2004, Jutta Wrage wrote:
Am Sonntag, 12.12.04 um 09:09 Uhr schrieb Ari Moisio:
I looked pages with Lynx ant they looks good, no accessibility problems.
You looked? - Sorry, I do not know, who can view with eyes here and who not.
What I am especially interested in is, if one page is worse with screen
readers or or speach browsers or better or equal.
Please compare the next three english language pages, which have all the same
content. If you do not want to write a note into the list, whether you are a
blind person or not, you may send me a private answer to mention how you read
The first URL is the current developers' corner on debian.org. The second one
is changed using divs and css instead of tables. It includes heading lines
for the five sections in the page. The third one is like the second one but
has a page menu under the first paragraph. It would be possible to include a
link to go back to top of page between the sections too.
Do you prefer any of these three versions?
Do you have any comments, what is bad and could be better, if possible?
Do you like to have a link to go back to top at the end of each section?
PS: Does noone have a hint, if there is something I can install, to get an
impression myself? I cannot read braille. But what about speaking browsers?