[thelist] Using JavaScript for non-clickable email addresses

Bruce McIntyre bmcintyre at issgroup.net
Tue Jan 25 15:53:39 CST 2005

That's nit-picking...
1. If the user is blind, then you can provide a login that would give
the user the text-to-speech reference they need.  (this login would give
almost all information in a graphics-free environment)
2. If the user uses a text browser, then they are not part of the modern
world (some 99.9% of all browsers today are graphical browsers)

Bruce A. McIntyre
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Subject: Re: [thelist] Using JavaScript for non-clickable email

Bruce McIntyre wrote:

>Simplest way is to create an image (jpg) and show it that way.  That's
>much harder for the 'bots to read, but easy for the user to read.
Unless the user is blind or uses a text browser.


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