RE: The humbling reality of writing multi-page articles
When it comes to breaking a document into multiple pages for
navigation/display, I'm quite surprised no one has mentioned the use of
Even as a professional I lose patience with sites that take too long to load with my DSL or wind up partly broken on browsers other than IE. I don't go back or never even bother looking at them in the first place.
Look at the W3C accessibility guidelines. They are a little more strict than 508 requirements but they will give you the issues to consider.
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