Freitag, 25. Oktober 2002, 01:04:01
Everybody and his dog has been discussing the recent ruling
But CSS, unlike HTML, has almost no impact on accessibility - unless the author makes the site less accessible with tiny fixed font-sizes or bad text/background contrast, for example.
Visually pleasing websites are kinda nice, I admit, and we all put a great effort into making ours as beautiful as we possibly can (some obviously more than others). But in the greater scheme of things, they're not nearly as essential as accessible websites. So if we had to choose between an accessible website and a visually pleasing website, we should always choose the accessible one.
But the ruling isn't final, there's always a chance for appeal. So hold yer horses and keep on truckin'. It ain't over 'til it's over.