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Avi Rappoport <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 1 Nov 1999 08:46:38 -0800
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"Live" text is what I call it.

Remember, any text in an image is invisible to search engines...

Avi

At 3:44 PM -0400 10/29/99, Hal Shubin wrote:
>I'm stuck for a term. You can have two kinds of text in a Web browser: text
>in a GIF or JPEG image, or the other kind. Y'know, it's the kind that you
>can copy and paste, that can appear in different fonts and sizes depending
>on system configurations.
>
>What do you call that text? I'm doing a Web site review now, and I'm facing
>the same problem I always do -- I don't have a name for the non-graphic
>text. (And "non-graphic text" is saying what it's not, not what it is.)
>
>thanks                                  -- hs
>
>Hal Shubin, Interaction Design, Inc.
>http://www.user.com
>617 489 6595 voice, 617 489 7395 fax

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