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Re: Validity

From: Livio Mondini <livio.mondini@tiuvizeta.it>
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 17:00:16 +0100
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Maurizio wrote:
 Only this can give us criterium to decide what is to put
here or there.
In fact, I agree (and even Andrew Kirkpatrick agree, as you
can read)
that validation is good and better. The problem is "how much
validation
is good and better when talking about accessibility in our
guidelines"?
It's not a 0/1 question. I hope this is clearer than before.

Livio
WCAG 2.0 declare four principles:
1. Content must be perceivable.
2. User interface components in the content must be
operable.
3. Content and controls must be understandable.
4. Content must be robust enough to work with current and
future technologies.
 These four principles lay the foundation necessary for
anyone to access and use Web content.

All this points *require* valid code, where is the problem?
Received on Friday, 4 November 2005 16:02:03 GMT

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