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    Hi,

    but is there a way to have images and CSS turned off that the link is still there?
    Yes Just make it a link

    Code:
    <h1><a href="#">This is the header text</a><a href="#" title="This is the header text"></a></h1>
    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoef
    Came across this today and I thought I'd add it to this thread: http://www.mezzoblue.com/tests/revis...e-replacement/
    It gives an overview of all image replacement techniques known to man at this point in history.
    Thanks for posting this link! Glad I found this thread because that's exactly the IR resource I was looking for...

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    Ok, now for a really stupid question. When you say with "images off/on" and "css off/on", are you referring Chris Pederick's Web Developer extension for Firefox that allows you to turn them off and on?

    Just a little lost here. Sorry!

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    When you say with "images off/on" and "css off/on",
    Well firefox's web extension lets you do it easily but most other browsers have similar controls embedded somewhere. The idea is to see what your page would look like on browsers that support neither etc.

    Paul

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    Simon Willison (again) has some IE favelets/bookmarklets to test/control the CSS of a page in Internet Explorer:
    http://simon.incutio.com/archive/200...markletsAndCSS

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    thanks for the link junjun - should prove useful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul O'B
    Well firefox's web extension lets you do it easily but most other browsers have similar controls embedded somewhere. The idea is to see what your page would look like on browsers that support neither etc.

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    Don't most modern-day browsers support CSS and images? I don't see the reasoning behind making it work on a browser that doesn't support CSS/images. What browsers exist today (and are still in use) that don't support the aforementioned?

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    Don't most modern-day browsers support CSS and images
    Well yes they do but a lot of people browse with images turned off for faster browsing. Especially know it all web designers lol .

    Not to mention what screen readers may or may not see. If its a heading thats been replaced with a background image and no text is available (because no alt or the text has been hidden etc).

    Also if you want to support very old browsers (I don't) then you may give them completely unstyled content so you want to see what it looks like etc.

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