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From: Karl Groves
Date: Mar 28, 2006 2:10PM
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I've used FCKEditor, which produces very clean markup if you set it up
Right now I'm fighting with it to stop breaking the back button when the
widget loads, but other wise it has been great.
I do not, however, have any information on how accessibile the thing itself
is to use.
Karl L. Groves
User-Centered Design, Inc.
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> Hi all,
> Are there any browser-based rich text editors (wysiwyg) such
> as you find or creating and editting content in a CMS that
> is accessible? Especially to a screen reader? I'd like to
> find an example of a Section 508 or WCAG 1.0 compliant one,
> however I don't know that one exists. Any suggestions on
> this or what adaptations could be made to make a typical one
> more accessible?