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RE: Accessible CMS

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From: John E. Brandt
Date: Apr 27, 2006 2:40PM


Rosie, et al.

This was my question a few months ago. The general consensus of the group
here - I think - was "no" and that's because even the best CMS can be made
to render inaccessible web pages.

I am still searching and recently found Jim Byrne's site which Karl just
pointed out to you. Jim markets this as an accessible CMS system and it look
like a very nice product. But the caution that was expressed before still
stands. Without some knowledge and understanding of accessibility issues,
one could still create an inaccessible website.

I will probably give QnECMS a whirl. But I am still cautious.

Others was to weigh in?

~j


John E. Brandt
Augusta, Maine USA
www.jebswebs.com



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Subject: [WebAIM] Accessible CMS

I'm investigating CMS's at the moment, specifically ones that adhere to
accessibility standards and guidelines.

Any one out there know of any good ones? Ones to avoid?

Thanks.

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Rosie Sherry
http://www.drivenqa.com/
http://rosiesherry.blogspot.com/

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