[thelist] accessibility

Peter peter at vardus.com
Wed Sep 12 03:30:36 CDT 2001

> > I'm reworking a very popular site, and we'll have an accessible version.
>Why have a separate version that's accessible instead of just making the
>real version accessible?

Because it is thought by the client (and me, and our designers) that making 
the main site accessible (mostly for blind people) is too limiting 
visual-design wise. I'm convincable of the opposite, but I'll need some 
really good arguments... We'll have a link "accessible version", wouldn't 
that make people find it??? And if so, is there another reason to not have 
a separate accessible version?

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