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I've had a cursory look at the article you gave and from the examples they use there are certainly ways you can achieve the same results. You can use drop down or expanding text, popups, tooltips to mention just a few methods. All would allow you to have additional information available to users should they need it.
Me again. Apparently there are limitations in 508 compliant output that mean the use of things like drop downs can not be used. I apologise if I have confused you and I defer to those who know more about 508 compliance than me!
That's what I thought - making the interface "fancy" usually means excluding some users. However - 508 compliance is a driving force in this development scheme so it must be considered. I really want to get away from the Help that's just another frame on the screen. The Help message should look like it's extending from the question...connected.
I wonder if there are other features (glossary, index, searching) that exist but cannot be made 508 compliant with RH.??
Hello JL -
You should wait for RH7 as nothing you can do will make RHx5 (or 6) 100% Section 508 compliant. Have you really gone through the 508 requirements to determine what you truely need?
One thing about 508 - it has some flexibility built into it. That's why I asked.