Great Site and typos WAS [Fsfe-ie] & launch on monday

Adam Moran adam at
Mon Jan 5 12:08:23 CET 2004

Hi Ciaran,

Ciaran O'Riordan wrote:
> ... now I have a drunk correcting my
> spellings and markup...

I'm sober now; sorry I didn't finish off point 3.

>>3.  Internal page links - hash notation
>>link to:
>><h2>What is Free Software?</h2>
> What's wrong with this?

Nothing. It's perfect

> Is this bad practice?

No, it's an example of best practice.

On 09/02/00 Julie Howell [1] wrote:

> It's important that all links make sense out of context, as blind people generally tab through all the links to get an overview of the page.
> 1.7 million people in the UK experience a serious sight problem or blindness.
> Poor Web design prevents many disabled people from getting the most from the Web. 

I'm unsure on how many people in Ireland have a serious sight problem or 
blindness ? Perhaps 120,000 people.

All the best


 > [1] Julie Howell
 > Campaigns Officer (Access to Digital Information)
 > Royal National Institute for the Blind

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