Re: Formatting Objects considered harmful
---------- >From: Håkon Wium Lie <howcome@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> >To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx >Subject: Re: Formatting Objects considered harmful >Date: Sun, Apr 25, 1999, 5:52 AM > >Chuck White wrote: > > > If I want to > > use FOs to develop stuff internally, how would doing that "Balkanize" the > > Web (a rather unfortunate phrase in light of the current mayhem)? > >Right. If you don't put FO's on the Web, they will not harm the Web in >any way. Chances are, however, that you at some point will want to >move internal documents onto the Web. No, actually, the internal documents I would develop using FOs I will not put on the Web, but will make them accessible to clients via an extranet. I wouldn't want to make them available publicly. > > > I agree > > with the original post that began this thread that accessibility is an > > issue, but only if I actually care about accessibility. > >That seems self-centered. When you write Web documents, you don't know >who the readers might be or what sort of Web device they they use. > >-h&kon No, actually, I do know who the readers are, and even which browser they will use. Again, I agree that accessibility can be a problem for public sites. But not for sites dedicated towards specific tasks within the kind of extranets we are using. Chuck White Creative Director Advance Recruitment Advertising, Inc. visit our online job site: http://www.bajobs.com XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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