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This is one of the reasons I still test in IE6 (as well as IE3, Lynx, Netscape 3, and Mosaic.)

It is hard to anticipate all the different ways a client (user agent) can interpret the page.

I did not know much about aria or modern Web accessibility techniques before I had someone using a screen-reader (one I had never heard of before) test the site.

I had already tested with so many other clients, kept it mostly text-based, and took care to use elements as they are intended.

The user was able to complete the tasks without issues.

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