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  1. Hi Carrie. First time commenter. I think you have a good point about how only implementing some accessibility guidelines is better than doing nothing at all because you can’t implement them fully. a11yproject.com is another good resource for accessibility, in case you didn’t know about it.

    Also, I’ve been enjoying your Genesis podcast lately, keep it up.

  2. I’m not sure what you mean by placing the cursor in the URL bar and tabbing. This must be something I’ve never known can be done. Can you help me better understand what this does? Can someone use the tab key to highlight all the navigation links in the nav bar? Mine doesn’t do that. Thanks!

  3. I’m not an expert at accessibility, working on learning about it. There is a site I have been tasked with removing the tooltips that appear on hover over menu items that are generated from the title="" attribute in the <a> tag of the menu items. How do I get rid of these and is there a better way for this site for creating accessibility for the menu items? http://spencer-thomas.com

    Also, why do I not see the title attribute in your Genesis or any Genesis theme’s menu items? How is accessibility created in that regard for menu items?

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