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Re: hyperlinks in test site

From: Judy Brewer <jbrewer@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 14:33:27 -0400
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To: love26@gorge.net (William Loughborough), w3c-wai-eo@w3.org
William

Thanks for giving the linking a try. One thing I notice is that this is a
little confusing, since the two tables links go to different places (the
first to the guidelines and the second to the curriculum examples), and
likewise the abbreviations and acronyms links -- thus violating one of our
own checkpoints about linking...

but we could overcome this by adding, in parenthesis, "(table checkpoints,
examples)" ....except of course that there are multiple checkpoints and
examples that relate to tables. I think the links need to go to a separate
"checkpoints and examples" references section, which serves as a
way-station for multiple external links to various checkpoints and examples.

Judy

At 09:57 AM 10/24/00 -0700, William Loughborough wrote:
>I took an action item to demonstrate the use of links to other documents in 
>the "How PWDs Use the Web" site at 
>http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/Drafts/PWD-Use-Web/20001020.html and to that end 
>I've made a brief excerpt (one "scenario") from that document and enabled 
>links for "tables" and "abbreviations and acronyms" - the first occurrence 
>of each links to an appropriate section of WCAG 1.0 and the second of each 
>to the appropriate slide of the curriculum.
>
>Our decision is whether to provide extensive linking to relevant materials 
>outside the document proper and if so which ones? My demo is at 
>http://dicomp.pair.com/item.htm and I look forward to any reactions, 
>keeping in mind that if the notion is embraced, we will be forcing an old 
>man into many hours of tedious cutting and pasting <g>.
>
>--
>Love.
>                 ACCESSIBILITY IS RIGHT - NOT PRIVILEGE
>
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