Re: [WSG] :hover accessibility

2003-12-02 Thread Moose

does anyone else feel that :hover is a little too enticing and likely to
lead to some accessibility issues?
No. I seriously hope this part of CSS doesn't get blacklisted as 
inaccessible.

depends on what you're using it for of course,
Exactly. Any tool can be misused in a variety of ways. There is no 
inherent trouble with rope, per se. Yet it can be deadly, if used in a 
certain way...

rollover images is a non-issue, but for things like rollover menus, 
where's the keyboard support?
As long as there is at least one equivalent alternative navigation method 
provided, rollover menus don't hurt, but only add a layer of functionality 
for a subset of users.

M.

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[WSG] :hover accessibility

2003-12-02 Thread Ben Boyle


does anyone else feel that :hover is a little too enticing and likely to
lead to some accessibility issues? depends on what you're using it for of
course, rollover images is a non-issue, but for things like rollover menus,
where's the keyboard support?

just a random thought.

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