RE: Standards, compliance and accessibility- its here! : (Was: Just tell me why?)

by Brian V Bonini <b-bonini(at)>

 Date:  12 Feb 2004 10:06:33 -0500
 To:  "Davies,
Elizabeth H." <EHDavies(at)>
 Cc:  "Hwg-Techniques@Hwg. Org" <hwg-techniques(at)>
 References:  westworlds
  todo: View Thread, Original
On Thu, 2004-02-12 at 09:24, Davies, Elizabeth H. wrote:
> Per Mike's nice example of a page without/with CSS, one of the browsers that I start with when 'flowing' a page is Mozilla (I currently use Firebird 0.6 version). There is a set of Web Developer tools you can add to the browser that allows you to turn off styles or turn off javascript (and a few other things). It's extremely useful to see what your page looks like without them, and it does it with the click of the mouse. Then I can easily answer these questions:
> Does it still make sense? 
> Can people still navigate? 
> Are the robots getting the info I want them to get?
> Once I get my 'flow' in place and containerized, then I go wild with CSS.

In addition, Amaya from the W3 has this sort of functionality as well as
being an editor if desired and having support for many of the cutting
edge recommendations

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