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--- Kelly Werner <kwerner -at- eaglesoft -dot- net> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I'm soon to enter the world of web building as part of my tech
> writing duties. I'm learning the basics (direct HTML and FrontPage) but
> wanted to ask our panel of experts: What would you recommend for animation
> and other flourishes?
Rather than editorialize, which I'm quite capable of doing, I would like to
direct your attention to the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility
Become very familiar with the do's and don't of graphics, animation, and
"flourishes" and what a responsible web developer would do to make their
content accessible to the widest possible audience. The WAI Guidelines and
Checklists will help you navigate through a maze of issues you probably
wouldn't think about otherwise, but they're also a lot of issues that you will
be glad you considered as you do your development work.
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