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Re: Test Files for 1.1

From: Wendy A Chisholm <wendy@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 17:32:46 -0400
Message-Id: <5.1.0.14.2.20020424173058.02573060@localhost>
To: "Lee Roberts" <leeroberts@roserockdesign.com>, "WCAG List" <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>
right, sorry lee. I didn't make it clearer in my previous message [1]. 
These files were created for evaluation tools and not so helpful for the 
exercise we wanted to do. That's why I listed several mock-sites to go 
through. Could you look at those instead?
Thanks,
--wendy

[1] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-gl/2002AprJun/0109.html

At 08:52 PM 3/23/02, Lee Roberts wrote:
>1.1.1-1f
><img src="noAlt.jpg"/>
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with a blank page.  Using IE 5.5 I had a 
>broken image.
>This is about as useless as it can get.
>
>1.1.1-f2
><img src="gifimage.gif" alt="gifimage.gif"/>
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with an alt text of "gifimage.gif".  Using 
>IE 5.5 I had a broken image and alt text.
>Personally, I don't care if the image is a gif, jpg, png, tif or anything 
>else.  What is the image all about?
>
>1.1.1-f3
><img src="bytesImage.gif" alt="34K bytes"/>
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with an alt text of "34k image".  Using IE 
>5.5 I had a broken image and alt text.
>The size in bytes of the image is useless information.  What's the image 
>all about?
>
>1.1.1-f4
><img src="animage.gif" alt="{short description of image}"/>
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with an alt text of "{short description of 
>image}".  Using IE 5.5 I had a broken image and alt text.
>The alt image is not useful at all.  I would feel much better on this if 
>we had something that provided base information and a "d" link and/or longdesc.
>
>1.1.1-f5
><img src="nullimage.gif" alt=""/>
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with a blank page.  Using IE 5.5 I had a 
>broken image and no alt text.
>Based upon the name of the file, I'd say it was properly tagged.
>
>1.1.1-f6
><img src="space.gif" alt=" "/>
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with a blank page.  Using IE 5.5 I had a 
>broken image and no alt text.
>Based upon the name of the file, I'd say the image is properly tagged.
>
>1.1.1-f8 (there was no 1.1.1-f7)
><img src="hasAlt.gif" alt="A small black dog"/>
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with an alt text of "a small black 
>dog".  Using IE 5.5 I had a broken image and an alt text.
>Well the alt text is descriptive, but is it really a small black 
>dog?  What kind of dog is it?  Perhaps it's a mutt or a Yorkie.
>
>1.1.1-f10 (there was no 1.1.1-f9)
><img src="hasAlt.gif" alt="0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 
>0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 
>0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 0123456789"/>
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with a long lising of numbers.  Using IE 5.5 
>I had a broken image and an alt text.
>Since this image has nothing that I can go on for what it is or what it's 
>for I would say that the alt tag information leaves me wondering what the 
>heck this is all about.
>
>
>1.1.1-f11
>star.jpg    width=5    height=5
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with a blank page.  Using IE 5.5 I had a 
>blank page (I can only image that the image was there and it was a white 
>image, however when I changed the background to grey I still didn't have 
>an image)
>Based upon the name of the image I think it should have "star" or a 
>desription of the star since there are different types of stars (e.g., 
>Star of David, Star of Bethlehem, Sheriff's Star, solar star, etc.).  If 
>the image is used as for an unordered list it should have "list item 1" or 
>such to identify the separation.
>
>1.1.1-f12
>bar.gif    width=200    height=5
>Using Netscape 6.2 I ended up with a blank page.  Using IE 5.5 I had a 
>blank page again with both a white background and a grey background.
>I think this image should have the alt tag of "horizontal rule" or a blank 
>alt text.  I depends upon how the image is being used.
>
>Sincerely,
>Lee Roberts
>Rose Rock Design, Inc.
>Building web sites accessible by EVERYONE
><http://www.roserockdesign.com/>http://www.roserockdesign.com
>

-- 
wendy a chisholm
world wide web consortium
web accessibility initiative
seattle, wa usa
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