Posted 20 October 2008 - 03:42 AM
Basically I've taken the text from the original and stripped out graphics, complex formatting such as tables etc and restyled it with a much simpler CSS stylesheet, which does make it more print friendly and maximises access for screenreaders. I'm sure there is a better way to do it, but at my level seperating content from style is about as complex as it gets!
I just want to be reasonably sure that I'm not building in a major security issue by doing so - I have a couple of key concerns:
1. The form data aspects (Comments, question etc etc) of both versions currently share the same id's and classes. I have not built the php aspects yet so this can be changed easily.
2. At some point both versions are likely to terminate at the same payment processing page(s). Does the fact that many elelments share ids, classes and filenames 'upstream' of the payment procesing fundamentally affect the security in some way?
I'm not looking for major detail at this stage as it's organised enough that I can change it all fairly easily if necessary. But if it's a case of 'You really don't want to do that'......