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Hello,

I am creating 3 "elements" to display on a web site: a menu, a form
and a pager to a table.

In three cases I am using a list where each list item serves as a
container of:
- the menu items, in the menu;
- of each form "field" (label + input), in the form;
- of each paging button, in the pager;

I am using a OL in the form and UL in menu and paging. Am I doing this
right?

I read (I can't find the source, it was a long time ago) that in a
form done this way I should use OL for accessibility.

Thank You,
Miguel
Mar 4 '08 #1
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This seems to be an HTML not a style sheet question. So xpost and
followup to comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html.

shapper schrieb:
Hello,

I am creating 3 "elements" to display on a web site: a menu, a form
and a pager to a table.

In three cases I am using a list where each list item serves as a
container of:
- the menu items, in the menu;
- of each form "field" (label + input), in the form;
- of each paging button, in the pager;

I am using a OL in the form and UL in menu and paging. Am I doing this
right?

I read (I can't find the source, it was a long time ago) that in a
form done this way I should use OL for accessibility.

Thank You,
Miguel

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