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WCAG 1.0, Mobile Web and Internationalisation Best Practices cross over

From: Alan Chuter <achuter@technosite.es>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 15:31:51 +0100
Message-ID: <79cab0900711140631h3467a500gc4c48271f1dc1d76@mail.gmail.com>
To: EOWG <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>

Henny, all,

I've worked thorugh this table, sorting, moving columns and
annotating. Rather than post the whole table back, I have pulled out
the Best Practices where there was something to change or explain. Any
not mentioned are already covered. Here's the distilled information
(structure BP; WCAG CP; comment):

GRAPHICS_FOR_SPACING; WCAG CP 3.3; Added this in addition to 3.1.

TABLES_SUPPORT ; WCAG CP 3.3; Added this in addition to GL 5.

TABLES_ALTERNATIVES; WCAG CP 5.3; Covered in v. 0d. if tableas aren't
used, it means that all of GL 5 doesn't apply.

CONTENT_FORMAT_SUPPORT; WCAG CP 11.1; Doesn't correspond to this CP, I
think, as it concerns situations in which non-W3C formats are used.
Doesn't prohibit them or even discourage them.

CONTROL_LABELLING ; WCAG CP 10.2; Doesn't correspond to this CP.

LARGE_GRAPHICS ; WCAG CP 3.1; Doesn't correspond to this CP. BP is
only concerned with size of the images.

BACKGROUND_IMAGE_READABILITY; WCAG CP 1.1; Doesn't correspond to this
CP. Concerns readability of text.

These changes will appear in teh next version which should be online tomorrow.

best regards,


On 06/11/2007, Swan, Henny <Henny.Swan@rnib.org.uk> wrote:
> Hi All,
> A while ago I started mapping WCAG 1.0, MWBP's and the
> Internationalisation guidance. This is attached but I've not gone
> through, re-read and QA'd it yet so it's very much a draft for info.
> Thanks, Henny
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