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Old 05-06-2006, 05:51 AM   #1
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Default Irony?

When reading about accessibility issues for the blind at the American Council for the Blind web site, I followed a link over to Ann Morris Enterprises, which specializes in products for the visually impaired. Am I the only one who finds it a bit ironic that a site for the visually impaired doesn't display correctly in FireFox 1.5 under Windows XP?

These are the links to change the font size, too! And here they are covered up by some misplaced graphic. No amount of CTRL-+ and CTRL-- could make it come out from under there. Only turning off the style sheet allowed me to see the links fully. It looks fine in IE.

As a side note, the XHTML validation icon is clearly out-of-date, as when you click on it to validate the referer.

I see lots of sites with problems, even my own can always use fixing up. But a site that's geared towards people with visual difficulties should be spot on and looking for these sorts of problems. But that's just MNSHO.
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