Because it's written entirely in standards compliant code, with CSS, so
can be rendered using a user-applied stylesheet, I think?

I've heard - and this is just on the internal bush telegraph, nothing
official, that betsie is slowly being phased out in favour of fully
accessible coding of pages. I think it's getting a bit long in the tooth
and there are load issues, but I could be wrong.


-----Original Message-----
From: Gordon Joly [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: 08 November 2005 10:08
Cc: Kim Plowright; Jonathan Chetwynd
Subject: RE: [backstage] iMP: accessibility, is the smell really that


Why is there no "text only" link on this page? There is on most pages 

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