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Old June 9th, 2005, 05:57 AM
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Default accessible forms

In the book in chapter 7 it covers accessible forms. All of the examples given use tables to layout the form elements. I am very capable at this style of layout but wondered if this conflicted in any way with the WCAG 3.3 standard 'Use style sheets to control layout and presentation'.

I want to meet the priority 2 standards of the WCAG document.

If it does then I would wonder why no examples of form layout using CSS were given in the book.





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