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Re: Guide to Guidelines

From: seeman <seeman@netvision.net.il>
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 08:11:01 +0200
Message-ID: <002001c01bb7$0fe98060$72a3003e@uymfdluk.ndcil.com>
To: "wia" <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>
Fantastic.
I think one thing is missing and that is an short introduction that will
make the Guide to Guidelines make sence the first time around. - IE. Not
everyone is using the same input, output madiums, peaple can have touble
navigating, not everyone will be seeing the format, so confay stucture
information though markup.

Alteritvly, an explnitory sentece by each principal, would serve the same
end. Otherise peaple can be left asking "why"

>A funny thing happened on my way to the Website. I decided to put in some
>graphics because Jonathan thought it might help and others said it would
>look better. I always thought that was just short of nonsensical. So I put
>in some (supposedly appropriate) icon-like graphics and *ta-da* it not only
>looked different, it sort of looked better. Then I thought they'd probably
>be more useful if they were links. So I made them go places.
>
>Now the "Guideline Guide" has over 20 links. Although many of them are to
>the WCAG 1.0 and other WAI documents, several are to outside sources I've
>found useful in this area. I could use lots more - it's kind of nice to
>have resources pre-located and all in one place IMHO. I'd like some
>feedback from some on the lists who try the site at
>http://rdf.pair.com/guide.htm with the idea that it can be sort of like a
>"concordance" for WCAG.
>
>
>--
>Love.
>                 ACCESSIBILITY IS RIGHT - NOT PRIVILEGE
>
>
Received on Monday, 11 September 2000 01:13:36 GMT

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