dcrookston at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 07:51:34 MST 2006
Incidentally, Beehive Forums offers a "light" version designed for
pda's and (yes) screen readers. It also makes it very easy to get a
URL for the post (not just thread, but a specific post in the thread)
you're looking at.
Like I said before - have any of you actually looked at the software
in question, or did you just see the word "frames" and decide that you
didn't need to look any further?
> > My biggest issue with frames is that each page does not have it's own
> > unique URL. Makes histories, bookmarking, URL sharing, and
> > navigating a nightmare.
> One of the largest problems with frames that most of us on this list do
> not have to deal with is the fact that it is very difficult for screen
> reading software used by people who are sight disabled to navigate and
> read their content properly. It can be done but the use of frames is
> discouraged to make a site more accessible.
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