Thread Subject: Re: Definition of Web Content
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From: Robinson, Norman B - Washington, DC
Date: Mon, Jun 25 2007 10:15 AM
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I'll have to stand up and disagree with your comments about question
number two, HTML help and the like. HTML Help is web content. If you
open it in a web browser it renders, links, functions all the same as
any other web page. The content follows (or should follow) the technical
specifics for HTML. The actual developer controls you use when building
your own help browser are HTML controls and widgets. I don't see how
this is any different that HTML email.
Can you help me understand how you view them as different?
Norman B. Robinson
Section 508 Coordinator
IT Governance, US Postal Service
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Subject: Re: [teitac-websoftware] Definition of Web Content
Comments below under your questions.
Gregg C Vanderheiden Ph.D.
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