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Old November 21st, 2006, 05:37 PM
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Default accessibility coding error in downloaded file

In the downloaded files, specifically the "index.html" file for the "new site" there is an "<a href="content">" tag to skip past navigation to the content for those with visual impairments. This is correct HTML. However, there is no "<a name="content">" tag to stop the bypass for those impaired who use this option. This is an error which needs to be corrected, IMHO.

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