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Announcement nosetothepage.org site and first article.

Wayne Dick-3
In keeping with my   primary mission to change WCAG to include needs of the   partially sighted I have started a blog.  It is not in formal blog format right now, but Martin Luther King Day is an good day to launch a sight for an under served minority.

Sincerely

Wayne Dick, PhD

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Re: Announcement nosetothepage.org site and first article.

Felix Miata-2
Wayne Dick composed on 2015-01-19 20:10 (UTC-0500):

> http://www.nosetothepage.org/Blog/Blog110119.html

> In keeping with my   primary mission to change WCAG to include needs of
> the   partially sighted I have started a blog.  It is not in formal blog
> format right now, but Martin Luther King Day is an good day to launch a
> sight for an under served minority.

In its http://www.nosetothepage.org/css/normal.css on line 2 on body it
declares line-height 1.33, font-size 28px, and font-family Tahoma....

1-Why 1.33?

2-Why Tahoma?

3-Why 28px?

Please pause to consider why I asked before answering, then realize the
article itself near its end describes why with the phrase: "this plastic
media is transformed into rigid media".
--
"The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant
words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)

 Team OS/2 ** Reg. Linux User #211409 ** a11y rocks!

Felix Miata  ***  http://fm.no-ip.com/

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RE: Announcement nosetothepage.org site and first article.

Howard Leicester
I like this email;
But I'm not sure I can follow it all, because my email system displayes
things differently.

Nevertheless, I love the arguments; and the difficulties we are all raising.

Interesting that those from established accessibility organisations are the
only ones with the most solid arguments in the most solid 'web' formats.

Don't think we're really 'there' yet.

Not sure, either, that all with 'additional needs' are accommodated in our
'group', or if they are really accommeadated at all.

Lets chat!

VV best,
Howard (Leicester, Kent, England)


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From: Felix Miata [mailto:[hidden email]]
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Subject: Re: Announcement nosetothepage.org site and first article.

Wayne Dick composed on 2015-01-19 20:10 (UTC-0500):

> http://www.nosetothepage.org/Blog/Blog110119.html

> In keeping with my   primary mission to change WCAG to include needs of
> the   partially sighted I have started a blog.  It is not in formal blog
> format right now, but Martin Luther King Day is an good day to launch a
> sight for an under served minority.

In its http://www.nosetothepage.org/css/normal.css on line 2 on body it
declares line-height 1.33, font-size 28px, and font-family Tahoma....

1-Why 1.33?

2-Why Tahoma?

3-Why 28px?

Please pause to consider why I asked before answering, then realize the
article itself near its end describes why with the phrase: "this plastic
media is transformed into rigid media".
--
"The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant
words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)

 Team OS/2 ** Reg. Linux User #211409 ** a11y rocks!

Felix Miata  ***  http://fm.no-ip.com/