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CSS filter results; screen readers study

Thanks to those who tested the CSS filters I posted here a couple of weeks ago, my initial tests are now confirmed.

Opera supports neither the Language Pseudo-Class Filter nor the Namespace Attribute Selector; Safari supports the latter but not the former; and IE 5/Mac supports the former but not the latter. Mozilla about version 1.1 supports both, and IE/Windows supports neither.

So, if you’re looking for a filter for Safari or Opera, these could be good choices.

Did the Listmatic whet your appetite for styling lists? Russ Weakley follows that up with Listutorial — a collection of tutorials on building CSS lists.

Bob Easton has completed his study of screen readers, and the results are quite surprising.