Monday, December 15, 2003

Accessible Header Images With CSS And XHTML

Offers a couple of different hacks around accessibility problems with classic "Fahrner Image Replacement". Plain old FIR is good enough for me, currently. If you only use it to replace the page header, the text of which is identical to what is in the <TITLE>, and the CSS to do all of this is marked as "@media screen" to make non-graphical devices ignore it, do you really care if it disappears in weird situations like when somebody is using a graphical browser set to not download images?