The user-created nature of Notanant means that we've used a table-based layout for web-display and then provide simple one click links to accessibility versions for text-to-speech and mobile webpages. However, some designers prefer to use a table-less design, so we now have that option too.
It's happening again (28th March). There is another round of emails being sent with fake Notanant email addresses today - we've received more than 600 bounce backs to us this morning already, so we're pretty inundated with the spam. I'll repeat we never never spam.
Just a quick note, the edit-in-place (where you can click and then edit content directly) has been updated as it was causing a problem following links. It's still there on the page but you just need to double-click now.
We are introducing a menu bar at the top of the page for each site to make it clearer where to go to edit your site. If you don't see the menubar look for the 'emerging butterfly' icon at the top right of your browser window and click it.
In the light of repeated requests, Notanant is becoming multi-lingual. Site administrators will be able to easily add language variations of any content they create, and users will be able to switch instantly to the language of their choice.