On Fri, 2004-06-18 at 14:53, david.landy at somerfield.co.uk wrote: > I don't remember if it had anything about new windows, but I, for one, have > been annoyed more than once by my back button apparently being greyed out > when the site I was on opened up a new, full-screen window, for no good > reason that I could see. >From an accessibility perspective, opening new windows isn't prohibited. What you *must* do (if you are to claim accessibility) is to warn the user that a link will open in a new window. We do this in the title attribute of the <a> tag. E.g. <a href="http://example.com" title="The Example.com home page (opens in a new window)">Example.com</a>. In MOSe only, you could add an icon to any link that didn't match the current site's domain, using an attribute selector: http://www.kryogenix.org/days/external Tim -- Tim Beadle <tim.beadle at iop.org> Institute of Physics Registered charity No. 293851 76 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NT, England IOP Publishing Limited Registered in England under Registration No 467514. Registered Office: Dirac House, Temple Back, Bristol BS1 6BE England This e-mail message has been checked for the presence of computer viruses.