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    Marco Bertoni's Easy WCAG2

    This is a fun page, though the font makes me want to commit a horrid deed:
    http://www.marcobertoni.com/goodies/...on-my-way.html

    Also I disagree somewhat with his onclick mention: onclick is for both mouse and keyboard anyway. onkeypress (and for more browser compatibility I use onkeyup) is more like onmouseup/down, or when you have built some form controls and need to separate out the user moving around from actually selecting it).

    His style reminds me a lot of Mitică's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomme poes View Post
    This is a fun page, though the font makes me want to commit a horrid deed ...
    Yes, the presentation is all wrong, and the banter gets in the way ... but thanks for the link. Jeepers, that menu at the top is a disaster. Accessibility is for sighted people, too, Marco me lad.

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    Took me too much time to discover it wasn't one big link: the delay for hover is way too long (luckily focus gives immediate feedback, which is how I discovered they are separate links).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomme poes View Post
    the delay for hover is way too long
    Yes, quite so; and it's not obviously a menu, either. The hover/focus state is hard to distinguish from the normal state, too. A strange choice.


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