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Accessibility issues

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Hello everybody,

I am a student taking an HTML/XHTML course. I was wondering if anybody could help me out with a few things.
I have created tags for some of my issues in regards to accessibility but I am not sure of a few things.
1) What tags would I use to provide a person that cannot use a mouse to view my image rollovers without having to pass a mouse over them?
2) How would I tag my page in order for a person that uses auditory speech to listen to the contents of my site?
3) How would I tag my page to have an option to view it in a larger font?
4) How would I add a link to a text only version of my web page?

Thank you very, very much for your time and consideration.
Sep 21 '06 #1
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