On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 2:31 PM, Jonathan Rochkind <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Not that I know of.
> You can say display:none, but that'll probably hide it from LibX etc too.
No, why would it.
BTW, I don't see why screen readers would stumble over this when the
child of the <span> is empty. Do they try to read empty text? And if
a COinS is processed, we fix up the title so tooltips show nicely.
> What is needed is a CSS @media for screen readers, like one exists for
> 'print'. So you could have a seperate stylesheet for screenreaders, like you
> can have a seperate stylesheet for print. That would be the right way to do
> But doesn't exist.
> Thomas Dowling wrote:
>> On 12/04/2008 02:02 PM, Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
>>> Yeah, I had recently noticed indepedently, been unhappy with the way a
>>> COinS "title" shows up in mouse-overs, and is reccommended to be used by
>>> screen readers. Oops.
>> By any chance, do current screen readers honor something like '<span
>> class="Z3988" style="speak:none" title=...>'?
> Jonathan Rochkind
> Digital Services Software Engineer
> The Sheridan Libraries
> Johns Hopkins University
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