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Re: minor comments on Techniques Examples

From: Ian Jacobs <ij@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 1998 11:52:53 -0400
Message-ID: <35EAC6D5.37C22BD@w3.org>
To: Susan Lesch <lesch@macvirus.com>
CC: w3c-wai-gl@w3.org
Susan Lesch wrote:
> 
> Gregg Vanderheiden wrote:
> 
> > THE TECHNIQUES document (which gives more detail on the techniques
> > along with examples, is not done. But we have posted it for your
> > comments and input.     We would like input both on content and
> > organization.
> 
> I found only seven miniscule things to mention in the Techniques' Examples (except that including optional end tags like </TH> in the TABLE examples may help Netscape and maybe others' CSS display). Sorry for any mistakes introduced here.

Thank you for the comments. I'll update the document accordingly.

 - Ian

 
> Keyboard access: lines 503 to 504
> LABEL element needs to refer to an ID attribute (rather than to NAME).
> 
> Lists: line 701
> LI element needs a ending greater than (&gt;).
> 
> Tables: lines 752, 804, and 828
> I don't know the meaning of 'TABLE border="border"'. (In HTML 4.0, border accepts a value in pixels.)
> 
> Brief descriptions for images: lines 984 to 985
> IMG element needs TITLE attribute.
> 
> Long descriptions for images: line 998
> URI needs a closing double quote (").
> 
> Pictures of text: lines 1406 to 1409
> The CSS 'first-letter' pseudo-element may not be widely implemented yet, and it might or might not make sense in place of the SPAN dropcap example.
> 
> Rules and borders: lines 1544 to 1546
> The CSS class ".redline" could stand alone, or needs IMG as a selector (rather than HR).

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