Okay. So I went and "tested" my own site, on the "accesiblity" site. And found that we actually pass level 1, but our single error at level 2 was using fixed widths.
Now, I know that fixed widths for tables and such are a bad thing, supposedly, but I'm wondering how to make a solid looking site, and make it work in 800x600 to 1600x1200 and in whatever font size the visitor might need.
Are we asking too much to be able to create a site that will work across all mediums?
I am not a fan of 100% sites, and I'm not sure what the best course of action is from here as a designer. Do ignore this issue, or deal with it?
I personally think this is a bit unfair of a requirement, as almost everysite known to man would have an issue with this. Especially high quality content driven sites.
I mean, how do you create a news forum, such as WPW, and and allow the fonts to be sized however, and work in an 800x600 screen with huge font because somone is almost blind?
Just some ramblings of my own, and wondering what others thought.