Creating an Accessible Web Page

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    rjpaulsen

    Although a bit painful watching controls placed on a screen, the content is good.

    Accessibility is a pain, but it is important. Glad to see it get some focus in 2005.

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    keydet
    Thanks for the feedback!  It was tough to make this one short and captivating.  As you mentioned, this is a very important subject that I thought was important to show.  Would it have been better if I broke it up into a Part I & II?

    -Marc
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    jeff.lynch
    Mark,

    Really good screencast!

    What are your thoughts about using the new ASP.NET 2.0 menu control as they relate to accessibility?

    I normally use a bulleted list formatted by CSS instead a menu control since the menu control outputs a table and I "thought" using tables for layout purposes violated the accessibility guidelines. I'm also experimenting using a templated Repeater control to output the bulleted list html so I can bind it to a sitemap data source.

    Jeff Lynch
    http://codebetter.com/blogs/jeff.lynch

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