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Mobile-accessibility document, matters to discuss today

From: Alan Chuter <achuter@technosite.es>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 09:51:07 +0200
Message-ID: <48649BEB.5000700@technosite.es>
To: EOWG <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>

Yesterday in the BPWG call several changes were proposed for the 
document [1] which it would be useful to discuss in today's EOWG call:

* The document should include an audience section, but not for the 
upcoming public draft.

* Restore the "Relationship" word to the main title.

* Include a subheading, "Overview" on that page, to differentiate it.

* The "Managing Overlapping Requirements" heading could include the 
"Benefiting" word by changing it to "Benefiting from  Overlapping 
Requirements", thus implying that while overlaps are not intrinsically 
beneficial, they can be benefited from.

* Remove [contents] link from the navigation at the top of the overview 
page because it's not consistent with the other pages (controversial I 

* In the "nothing" and "something" lists, the links are intra-page links 
to the detail below. In the "nothing" section they look the same but 
point to the WCAG and MWBPs documents. They should be differentiated. 
This is not such a problem if the "everything" section is removed later 
as agreed, but even then something is needed to indicate that they are 
intra-page links, as people would naturally think that they point to the 
CPs or BPs. Perhaps at the end of each item. For example:

	<a href="wcag">1.1.1, Non-text Content</a>, covered by 
href="#non-text-content-section-in-this-document">1.1.1, Non-text 
Content, below<a>




Alan Chuter
Received on Friday, 27 June 2008 07:52:43 UTC

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