Text-Only is No Solution

In a recent article from DMEurope.com, Trenton Moss challenges Webmasters to do better than providing text-only pages as their solution to accessibility.

It’s good, too, because text-only pages which are lauded as an accessibility solution are often nothing more than a cop-out, and they’re often not even all that accessible. This is where CSS really shines, and why it’s so important to embrace CSS-based design techniques. Of course, that’s only part of the matter, but it is striking to see the difference it can make to accessibility, particularly for various Web browsing devices.

Good article.