Hi All,

For those who may be interested, I've published three new Fast Track
tutorials to the http://frank.helpware.net site: 

"Building Accessible Static Navigation with CSS"
"Calling Accessible Context-Sensitive Help with Unobtrusive DOM/JavaScript" *
"Creating Auto-line Numbered Code Blocks with CSS" *

* These two tutorials will be presented at the upcoming 2008 WritersUA Annual
Conference in March at Portland, Oregon, USA. You can reach them through the
"Go to the Fast Track Tutorials" hyperlink on the home page of the preceding
web address.

All work is done in the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Source Code Editors for
(X)HTML, CSS and JScript. I've updated and redesigned all tutorials employing
the CSS 2.1 Liquid Box Model for layout/presentation, and built fully
accessible static navigation for mouse and keyboard into every web page. Each
web page illustrates the complete separation of Structure/Content ((X)HTML),
Presentation (CSS), and Behavior (Unobtrusive DOM/JavaScript), the semantic
nature of the content/markup relationship, and the application of
accessibility attributes and values according to the US Govt. Section 508
Rules of the ADA and the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 - Level
Double A.

Please use these and the other tutorials whenever you may need them. They are
free to the technical writing, user assistance, and web design communities.
If thoughts of a contribution come to mind, may I kindly recommend your local
children's cancer crusade fund?

I'd like to humbly thank all those who took their personal time and energy to
review, comment, and provide technical and grammatical feedback to me. They
are represented in these groups: Help Authoring Tools and Techniques (HATT),
the Guild of Accessible Web Designers (GAWDS), and the Web Standards Group

Please enjoy! :-)

Kind regards,

Frank M. Palinkas
Microsoft M.V.P. - Windows Help
W3C HTML Working Group (H.T.M.L.W.G.) - Invited Expert        
M.C.P., M.C.T., M.C.S.E., M.C.D.B.A., A+       
Senior Technical Communicator         
Web Standards & Accessibility Designer 

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