Stephen Stagg wrote:

Not wrong actually, Good screen-readers DO read the CSS to work out various things, incuding to see if someting has a display:hidden. I do acknowledge that this is an area that would have to be developed in screen-readers but that does not invalidate the idea.

Knowing how something should be presented does not equate to knowing what something's meaning/role within the document is. That's the important distinction here, and that's why generic XML + CSS would be meaningless without some third technology that defines semantics (a DTD, XBL, etc)

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