The “skip-nav” technique is a method for the online cursor to jump over a group of navigation links, usually a site’s main menu.
...[header and navigation links]...
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Using the ABBR and ACRONYM tags is a great technique that is simple and works very well—with standards-compliant browsers, that is. Until IE complies to world web standards, coders must hack the functionality in. I despise hacking for IE and try to avoid it. But, we have to admit that around 85% of users are still on IE and we should try to go out of our way sometimes to gratify them. If this is you, please try a standards-compliant browser such as Firefox or Netscape.
The ABBR and ACRONYM tags give the user the full text for an abbreviation and acronym. For example,would have “identification” associated with it. Example:
But this won’t work in IE due to its lack of standards-compliancy. The method I’ve used the for word “ID” above so that it works in IE also is as follows: (the CSS would be in a global stylesheet, of course):
Is this the best method for now? Should we coders be using these methods at all?
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