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Re: PHP coding accessibility

From: by way of Judy Brewer <Carlos.Velasco-Nunez@gmd.de>
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2000 14:49:35 -0400
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Hi Diana,

The use of PHP does not have any implication in regards to
accessibility. It's a server-side technology to deliver dynamic
content over the net. Nothing else. You must follow exactly the same
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, because the end-target is to
deliver HTML. We use it heavily, and from our point of view, makes the
life of the webmaster easier. Although it might have a limited
life-span once other Web Publishing Frameworks based on XML, XSL, XSLT
and Java mature a little bit.

Regards,
Carlos

Diana Persell wrote:
> 
> Can anyone provide any information about the use of PHP in coding online
> applications and what issues with accessibility might arise.
> Specifically, I was wondering if JAWS can read it and if not, what kinds
> of alternatives might be offered.
> Thanks,
> Diana Persell

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