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[Fwd: Betr.: Re: [canceled] BAD TF teleconference on 7 April 2009]

From: Shadi Abou-Zahra <shadi@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 18:34:38 +0200
Message-ID: <49E4BB1E.2080100@w3.org>
To: BAD TF <public-wai-eo-badtf@w3.org>


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Betr.: Re: [canceled] BAD TF teleconference on 7 April 2009
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 16:55:24 +0200
From: Wilco Fiers <wfiers@bartimeus.nl>
To: <public-wai-eo-badtf@w3.org>
CC: <shadi@w3.org>

Hello

First in responce to Marco:
1. I would probably remove them
2. Explicit, I agree
3. I agree, don't bother with both title and label, just a label will do
fine


Second, I've completed the scripts for the inbetween pages and uploaded
it to:
http://fiers.name/badtf/inbetween_script.zip

While working on this today I realised that we've missed a rather big
step in the inbetween pages. I have yet to see the evaluation of the
before pages. The text of the annotations will need to be made based on
those pages. Since the pages aren't done yet the evaluation isn't done
yet. And thus the annotation texts aren't done yet.

Unless I've missed something here, it sounds like there might be some
work in it for Tom aswell.

Regards,

Wilco


>>> Marco Bertoni <m.bertoni@webprofession.com> 14-04-09 15:21 >>>
Hi everyone,
3 questions about the survey page, please tell me as soon as you can if
you agree or not.

1) Considering that accesskeys are no longer required for conformance to
WCAG 2.0. Maybe we should remove them?

For example:

<ul class="skip">
<li><a href="#startcontent" accesskey="0">Start of demonstration
(ALT-0)</a></li>
<li><a href="#footer" accesskey="9">Demonstration copyright notice
(ALT-9)</a></li>
</ul>


2)  There are some hybrid implicit/explicit labeling, like in the
following example:

<p class="input"><label for="liv_city"><input title="I live in the city"
type="radio" name="living" id="liv_city" value="liv_city"
tabindex="100"> In the city</label></p>

I think is better to use only explicit labeling to avoid confusion:

<p class="input"><input title="I live in the city" type="radio"
name="living" id="liv_city" value="liv_city" tabindex="100"> <label
for="liv_city">In the city</label></p>


3) Moreover, using both the title attribute and the label element is
useless, so:

<p class="input"><input type="radio" name="living" id="liv_city"
value="liv_city" tabindex="100"> <label for="liv_city">In the
city</label></p>


However, please let me know if there was a reason for you to use hybrid
labeling and title redundance in the first version of the survey page.

Have a nice day,
Marco



Wednesday, April 8, 2009, 3:36:32 PM, you wrote:

> Dear BAD TF,

> As per our recent discussion on the mailing list, we will not hold a 
> meeting today. However, there is a time schedule and action items for 
> each person to work on. Please assign time accordingly so that we can 
> complete this project as soon as possible.

> Next teleconference call:
>   - *Wednesday 22 April, 2009*

> Regards,
>    Shadi




-- 
Best regards,
Marco Bertoni
International Webmasters Association / The HTML Writers Guild
http://www.iwanet.org





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   WAI International Program Office Activity Lead   |
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