ooops. Reference:
http://usability.com.au/resources/source-order.cfm#conclusion

> 
> "t appears that when visiting a web page, most, if not all, screen reader 
> users expect at least the main site navigation to be presented before the 
> content of the page. There appears to be little evidence to support the view 
> that screen reader users would prefer to have the content presented first, or 
> find sites easier to use when this occurs. It is our view, that a 
> continuation of the practice of placing navigation before the content of the 
> page will benefit some screen reader users, in particular those users who are 
> still developing their skills with the technology. It is probably desirable 
> however, to present the content of the page before extraneous information, 
> such as advertisements and related links, as well as the page footer." 



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