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From: Randall Pope
Date: Dec 22, 2009 12:51PM


I too would like to see a reference list. At least we all won't be going
around in circles, trying to figure what apply what.

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Tim wrote:
| It might be an interesting exercise to try to come up with a list of
techniques using HTML and CSS that conform to that success criteria without
repeating one of the sufficient techniques. |

As an instructor for 508, I'd love to see someone put together a reference
list like that!

I'd also love to see techniques for PDFs and Office documents, too. That's
where 508 really takes a hit.

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[mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ] On Behalf Of Tim Harshbarger
Sent: Tuesday, December 22, 2009 8:29 AM
To: WebAIM Discussion List
Subject: Re: [WebAIM] Headings

Cliff wrote:

Let's not confuse "sufficient" and "necessary." In other words, I understand
a "sufficient" technique for complying with one of the guidelines to be
*one* way to comply, not *the only* way to comply.

Tim replies:
That is a most excellent point. It might be an interesting exercise to try
to come up with a list of techniques using HTML and CSS that conform to that
success criteria without repeating one of the sufficient techniques.