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From: Steven Faulkners via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 02 Dec 2011 17:10:22 +0000
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  <h5>Note:</h5>
- <p class="note1"> In example C above, the <code>alt </code>attribute is be used a a container for a text label that identifies the image and provides an implicit association between the image and the text that describes it. The use of the <code>alt</code> attribute in this context is recommended as a bridging technique until the <code>figure</code> and <code>figcaption</code> element semantics are implemented in browsers and assistive technology. Its use conforms to WCAG 2.0 [<a href="#bib-WCAG20">WCAG20</a>]. Its use is a willful violation of <a href="#bib-HTML5">HTML5</a> [HTML5].</p>
+ <p class="note"> In example C above, the <code>alt </code>attribute is be used a container for a text label that identifies the image and provides an implicit association between the image and the text that describes it. The use of the <code>alt</code> attribute in this context is recommended as a bridging technique until the <code>figure</code> and <code>figcaption</code> element semantics are implemented in browsers and assistive technology. Its use conforms to WCAG 2.0 [<a href="#bib-WCAG20">WCAG20</a>]. Its use is a willful violation of <a href="#bib-HTML5">HTML5</a> [HTML5].</p>
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 <h4 id="nested">4.2.1 Using nested <code>figure</code> elements </h4>
 <p>In cases where there is a group of related images each having an associated caption, it is recommended that nested <code>figure</code> and <code>figcaption</code> elements be used. </p>

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-<p class="note"> In examples A &amp; B above, the <code>alt </code>attribute is be used a a container for a text label that identifies the image and provides an implicit association between the image and the text that describes it. The use of the <code>alt</code> attribute in this context is recommended as a bridging technique until the <code>figure</code> and <code>figcaption</code> element semantics are implemented in browsers and assistive technology. Its use conforms to WCAG 2.0 [<a href="#bib-WCAG20">WCAG20</a>]. Its use is a willful violation of <a href="#bib-HTML5">HTML5</a> [HTML5].</p>
+<p class="note">In examples A &amp; B above, the <code>alt </code>attribute is be used a container for a text label that identifies the image and provides an implicit association between the image and the text that describes it. The use of the <code>alt</code> attribute in this context is recommended as a bridging technique until the <code>figure</code> and <code>figcaption</code> element semantics are implemented in browsers and assistive technology. Its use conforms to WCAG 2.0 [<a href="#bib-WCAG20">WCAG20</a>]. Its use is a willful violation of <a href="#bib-HTML5">HTML5</a> [HTML5].</p>
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 <h3 id="captcha"><span class="secno">3.13 </span>CAPTCHA Images </h3>
 <p><a title="http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#atdef" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#CAPTCHAdef">CAPTCHA</a> stands for   "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart".   CAPTCHA images are used for security purposes to confirm that <a title="http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#contentdef" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#contentdef">content</a> is being accessed by   a person rather than a computer. This authentication is done through visual   verification of an image. CAPTCHA typically presents an image with characters or   words in it that the user is to re-type. The image is usually distorted and has   some noise applied to it to make the characters difficult to read. </p>
 <p>Provide <a title="http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#text-altdef" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#text-altdef">text alternatives</a> that   identify and describe the purpose of the <a title="http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#non-text-contentdef" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#non-text-contentdef">non-text content</a>,   and provide alternative forms of the CAPTCHA using output modes for different   types of sensory perception. For instance provide an audio alternative along   with the visual image. Locate the audio option right next to the visual one.   This helps but is still problematic for people without sound cards, the   deaf-blind, and some low hearing people. Another method is to include a form   that asks a question along with the visual image. This helps but is can be   problematic for people with cognitive impairments. </p>
-<p><span class="warning">It is strongly recommended that alternatives to CAPTCHA be used, as all forms of CAPTCHA introduce unacceptable barriers to entry for users with disabilities. Further information is available in the W3C's <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/turingtest/">Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA</a>.</span></p>
+<p class="warning">It is strongly recommended that alternatives to CAPTCHA be used, as all forms of CAPTCHA introduce unacceptable barriers to entry for users with disabilities. Further information is available in the W3C's <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/turingtest/">Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA</a>.</p>
 <h4 id="hbl">Example 13.1</h4>
 <p>This example shows a <a href="http://recaptcha.net/learnmore.html">CAPTCHA test</a> which uses a distorted image of text. The text alternative in the alt attribute provides instructions for a user in the case where she cannot access the image content. </p>
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