ya, it would be conveyed without color through the use of alt and title attributes, which is picked up by speech readers(and why its not a good idea to put huge alt descriptions on images like so many do) and ya, good point martin .djc. Warden, Matt wrote: >>WAI Priority 1 - second on the list: >>"Ensure that all information conveyed with color is also available >>without color, for example from context or markup." >> > > Well, they're images, so I assume there would be alt text describing the > image. Like "24 article written" or something like that. Do you kow if alt > text is read by speech readers>? I'd assume so, but I also remember some > stuff about d-links for images. So I dunno. Good point tho.