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Re: Rejected: Re: I have trouble figuring how to implement wcag guidelines sometimes
From: Jeff Finlay
Date: Jan 21, 2002 12:18PM
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Why was this rejected???
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Date: Monday, January 21, 2002 1:51 pm
Subject: Rejected: Re: I have trouble figuring how to implement wcag
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> > Yeah, unfortunately there aren't many good resources. The
> > is one of the best, though, so you're in the right place, in my
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> I agree about the web-aim list. It is very helpful.
> Have you found any of the following of use? Interested to know.
> Take a look in each part of http://www.section508.gov/
> with many links), but especially in the CITA web-based training
> program, which appears separately at http://todl.anteon.com/508/
> have to create a username/password, but there are some very good
> materials inside.
> See "Issues and Recommendations" on
> Lots of links at http://www.ataporg.org/e-testimony.html#research
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