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THATCamp Virginia 2012 - The Humanities and Technology Camp
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In the table below, find the tap targets that are too small, their size in pixels and the overlapping target that is too close to be easily clicked.
|Tap Target||Size||Overlapping Target|
|<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/" title="">Home</a>||63x32||<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/about/">About THATCampVA</a>|
|<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/about/">About THATCampVA</a>||143x32||<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/location-logistics/">Location & Logistics</a>|
|<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/location-logistics/">Location & Logistics</a>||138x32||<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/schedule/">Schedule</a>|
|<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/schedule/">Schedule</a>||81x32||<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/tell-me-more/">Tell Me More!</a>|
|<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/tell-me-more/">Tell Me More!</a>||103x32||<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/thatcampers/">THATCampers</a>|
|<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/thatcampers/">THATCampers</a>||110x32||<a href="http://virginia2012.thatcamp.org/apply-to-attend/">Waiting List</a>|
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