Hi Luc,

>> As regards the question what does a screen reader do? I'm afraid I've no
>> I think this is best served with the image. One image in the CSS as
>> opposed to multiple character codes in the HTML.

> Yup, but a wanted to stray away from the tradional path ;-)
> What i was worried about is the way how screen readers would
> interprete it. Apart from the extraneous code, it would come in handy
> as font sizing let's those tiny images (in my case it's a bread crumb
> trail) be tiny on bigger font sizes....

I went through this recently with ★ ☆ (stars). 
NVDA and JAWS ignored these HTML entities, so my guess is that they would
ignore »

This is to reply to your question though, not to say that I agree with your


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