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Re: Content negotiation example needed.

From: Chuck Letourneau <cpl@starlingweb.com>
Date: Sun, 12 Sep 1999 11:45:26 -0400
Message-Id: <4.1.19990912114138.00935510@host.igs.net>
To: w3c-wai-gl@w3.org
Thanks to everybody who responded to my request for information about
content negotiation.  I am now going to read through it carefully
(including the external references provided) and try to synthesize
something simple for the curriculum.  I will post my result to the list for
your consideration.

Regards,
Chuck Letourneau

At 10/09/99 10:04 PM , you wrote:
>For Checkpoint 11.3, "Provide information so that users may receive documents
>according to their preferences"
>
>The Techniques Document has the following example:
>
>"1) Instead of including links such as "Here is the French version of this
>document", use content negotiation so that the French version is served to
>clients requesting French versions of documents."
>
>I have never seen markup (or scripting) that actually shows how to do content
>negotiation.  I honestly don't even know if it is only something that can be
>done server-side or if it can be done client-side. 
>
>I need to include a meaningful example in the EO WCAG Curriculum that will
show
>students how to actually do it (or what it means to be able to do it), and  be
>able to explain the concept in a few words.  
>
>I also can't think of any reason that the same example couldn't be included in
>the WCAG Techniques document, since the current example isn't really an
example
>at all.
>
>Thanks in advance,
>Chuck Letourneau
>
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