Thread Subject: Re: Authoring Tools
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From: William Loughborough
Date: Wed, Apr 11 2007 8:05 AM
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Sean Hayes wrote:
> So .... here's an alternative proposal:
> Any software or collection of software components used by people to create
> or modify content, including but not limited to Web content authoring
> tools, multimedia editing tools, word processors, and content management
> systems, shall:
> - allow the author to utilize all accessibility features defined by the
> content format
> - avoid deleting or altering any accessibility attributes that exist in the
In the procurement department there may be a way to foster
"accessibillity-friendliness" of sub-tools? That is, acquired tools must
form part of some gestalt that on the whole is compliant with ATAG.