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Re: CMS and Dublin Core Metadata
From: David Morris
Date: Jun 26, 2005 7:29PM
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Well, I just found out that one CMS called Zope features support for dublin
core metadata, but it seems to have a pretty steep learning curve.
Thank you for all your help,
On 6/26/05, Terrence Wood < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> Many CMS software packages allow plugins or modules, or some other
> means to add functionality to the system without rewriting the core
> Consult your existing CMS software documentation to see if it is a
> possibility to add custom metadata to content.
> I recently surveyed over 20 CMS systems while researching UI design
> patterns in open source web application software, and I didn't find any
> that passed WAI priority 2, which by extension means they would
> probably not comply with section 508.
> I formed the impression that accessibility was not on the radar for the
> developers (no insult to any CMS developers intended if that's not the
> case -- I would love to be proved wrong if anybody knows any
> Terrence Wood.
> On 27 Jun 2005, at 7:42 AM, David Morris wrote:
> > Does anyone know of a content management system that allows content
> > editors
> > to add Dublin Core Metadata to each individual page?
> > I am in charge of creating a website for a University Department that
> > must
> > meet all of the Section 508 standards as well as include these
> > requirements:
> > http://www.unt.edu/wmoen/teaching/MDFinalProjectSp2000/appendix_i.htm
> > Thanks for the help,
> > Dave Morris