Austin Hair wrote:
There's a reason we use XHTML and CSS to begin
with; while my beef is so
minor as to be inconsequential, certain design choices strike me as
being a bit ironic.
And the XHTML+CSS way is to “display: none;” what you don’t want to show.
Screen readers and Braille consoles don’t support it, that’s correct.
Gives people a great way to place Skip the menu links on their sites :)
Why, though, is it an ugly message? Because of the word Nauri? In
that case it would be better to focus on getting the article renamed to
“Nauruan language”. I don’t know any other reasons.