How easy is it to create WAI Level 1,2,3 sites?
The subject asks it all. I gather there is some potential to sell solutions and consulting with this tool. It looks promising. However, my solutions would have to "certify" WAI compliance.
I can see how a template design could get you a fair distance toward this. What I don't see is how the WYSIWYG editor and editing process could support accessibility, i.e., without going into the HTML side.
In particular, I'm thinking of <div>s and <span>s in the body text that provide hooks for CSS rules, text formatting and page layout. Also dealing with acronyms, abbreviations, altkey, title & alt attributes.
Sorry if this has been dealt with before; a pointer to a thread with suffice.
Thanks for your help. ...edN
Sunday, June 15, 2003
Sorry but the subject doesn't say it all if you don't know what WAI is--and I don't.
Thursday, June 26, 2003
It's the WWW Consortium's "Web Accessibility Initiative", aimed at ensuring web pages are accessible to people with disabilities.
Friday, July 4, 2003
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