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Re: (techs) Test 16

From: Chris Ridpath <chris.ridpath@utoronto.ca>
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 15:07:13 -0400
Message-ID: <013701c5a1cc$8b82c290$e29a968e@WILDDOG>
To: "Katie Haritos-Shea" <ryladog@earthlink.net>, <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>

> If this were to "pass the test" then the
>"<title>OAC Testfile - Check #16 - Negative</title>"
> should probably be
> "<title>OAC Testfile - Check #16 - Positive</title>"

Test files that contain the accessibility problem are labeled "positive". 
That is, they test positive for the problem. Test files that are labeled 
"negative" do not contain the problem.

I think of it like a blood test. You want your blood to test negative for 
Hepatitis - the virus is not in your blood. You want your HTML files to test 
negative for accessibility problems - they are not there.

> Can you have a plain 'a' element as is shown in this example?
> "<p><a><img src="star.gif" alt="" />dogs</a></p>".
Yes, this is valid XHTML 1.0 strict.

We're trying to keep the test files short and to the point.

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