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Chapter 14. Site-Wide Styles: Design, Ac... > Accessibility Through Style Sheets

Accessibility Through Style Sheets

If your Web site is aimed at a sight-challenged audience, or if you’d simply like the most complete and accessible page possible, you should dig into the aural styles that the CSS2 specification makes available to you. These styles should be particularly easy to add to a site-wide style sheet that you’ve used to define the styling for the bulk of your elements. If you’ve already gone that far, adding these extras can be incredibly simple and helpful to your audience.

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As was mentioned in Chapter 10, CSS2 is as different from CSS1 as it is an add-on to it. Aside from aural elements, CSS2 adds styles for tables and the CSS positioning capabilities discussed in Chapter 19, “Adding Dynamic HTML.”



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