[uf-discuss] "abbr" and accessibility - a work around.
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Wed Jun 27 08:05:19 PDT 2007
In message <20070627154108.2bqebucp1c4g0wos at www.splintered.co.uk>,
Patrick H. Lauke <redux at splintered.co.uk> writes
>Quoting Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk>:
>> You can doubt all you like, but the evidence is still there ;-)
>> Flickr and Wikipedia are two prominent examples.
>Tellingly, Flickr hides that stuff by default.
Nope. Pages such as:
have coordinates exposed by default - look at the tags. They currently
"250,911 results for photos matching geo:lon"
>Wikipedia, being user generated, isn't always a beacon of best
>practice for usability and good web design, I'd say...
Perhaps, but then we were discussing what people want to do, and what
people do, not whether they do it well.
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