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Date: May 28, 2009 3:05AM
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We are also looking for clear criterias "How to meet" WCAG-2
There is a big chance to make JS applicable in accessibile websites. But
who defines it?
I suppose one has to define clear and short recommendations for the
success-criterias like this:
combined with user-tests by using defined representative infrastructure
win xp, ie6, ie7, fff3, JAWS 8, JAWS 9, ZoomText, keyboard-access.
with these two components Webapps using JS can be evaluated as WCAG-2
what do you think about?
PS: The WebAIM article is a very good overview.
Jared Smith schrieb:
> accessibility requires a good understanding of accessibility and
> assistive technologies in general. It usually requires actual testing
> to determine if the scripted content is truly accessible.
> There is a good overview article that covers most of the issues on the
> Jared Smith