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July 1, 2003, 5:20 pm
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A website isn't a book.
A music CD isn't a website
Removing focus on a link makes it difficult for people with motor-skills
related disabilities from clicking a link. Could you provide a reference to
a piece of Australian legislation that confirms your belief or opinion?
Lynx is used as a canonical example of accessibility testing. If a website
works in Lynx, there's going to be a good chance the website is accessible.
So conversely, if a website doesn't work in Lynx there's a good chance it
is not accessible - inaccessible websites are in breach of Australian
legislation, as you have already pointed out.
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