[uf-discuss] "abbr" and accessibility - a work around.

Andy Mabbett andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Wed Jun 27 04:04:13 PDT 2007

In message <20070627112504.s4zlq1vaf4840cs0 at www.splintered.co.uk>, 
Patrick H. Lauke <redux at splintered.co.uk> writes

>Quoting Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk>:
>> There is *evidence* that people want to, and do, publish coordinates;
>> and in decimal format at that.
>On what types of sites? It's all about context and target audience. If 
>it was the Northwest Chapter of Geocachers or something, I'd 
>understand. If it's a site like Upcoming.org, I doubt it (or, best of 
>both worlds, make it available there on request, but don't slap it on 
>the page for all to see just because a niche of users may or may not 
>want it).

You can doubt all you like, but the evidence is still there ;-)

Flickr and Wikipedia are two prominent examples.

Andy Mabbett

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