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--- Barbara Stuhlemmer <barbara -at- wanware -dot- com> wrote:
> Do we want to stay with frames or should we be looking at templates
> or other format layouts? Do we want to use Java script with a 128b
> link speed?
> I am looking for tips on good books, sites and other lists that can
> help answer these and other questions we have.
I would recommend that you give serious consideration the the Web
Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium. They can
give you some great guidance and standards about how to handle these
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