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    Don't get too close, I bite! Nicky's Avatar
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    CSS Examples

    I am wanting to compile a list of websites built in CSS which are both accessible and use interesting techniques. It is for a CSS class.

    Can anyone make any suggestions? I wouold particularly like to see CSS being used in navigation systems such as drop down menus.

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    Specifically for dropdowns:

    http://www.alistapart.com/articles/dropdowns/
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    Hey I already got that article from your handout yesterday!

    Thanks

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    the site is not done yet, but i used what i think could be quite an interesting way to implement the "skip to content" issue... http://www.activestreaming.com
    should be pretty screenreader friendly, whilst still being visually unobtrusive (unless you tab/hover on it)
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