The sequence of content is defined by the sequence of XHTML elements, but changed in the presentation with CSS. Sequence defined by XHTML, but changed with CSS johannes.koch@fit.fraunhofer.de en Copyright BenToWeb 2004-2007 2005-08-16 draft

This is a test for the reading order of content: an assistive technology should be able to provide an alternative presentation of content while preserving the reading order needed to perceive meaning. The test file uses CSS to display the second paragraph above the first one, so the user agent needs to be able to turn CSS to restore the reading order.

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For this test, make sure you have CSS enabled in your browser and/or screen reader.

Is the content presented in a sequence that makes sense?

For this test, make sure you have CSS disabled in your browser and/or screen reader.

Is the content presented in a sequence that makes sense?

@TODO

The reading order can be determined from the HTML markup but is changed by the CSS.