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Open issues for 2.4

From: Stottlemyer, Diane L. <Diane.Stottlemyer@drs.virginia.gov>
Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2005 08:30:28 -0500
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Here is my input for the Open issues for 2.4
 
1132. Provide a progressive complexity for both site and page content, so that 
people with different abilities may be able to obtain information from the same Web 
site.

I think that this guideline should remain open until a decision is made whether the 
guideline should be a part of 2.4 or 3.1
 

1516. 3.2 L2 SC6 - proposed revision
GL 3.2 level 2 success criterion 6: The destination of each link is
identified through words or phrases that either occur in the link or can
be programmatically determined
 
I think this should be closed with the proposed  - Text that describes the 
destination of each link is available
 

1563. Definition of navigational features contains examples that don't meet the 
definition

I suggest we close this with a more defined definition of navigational features as they relate to headings and table headings.
 
 
1708. "without invalidating the activity" could be used in Level 2 SC 1
Description:
 
This should be closed
 
1741. GL 2.4 L2 SC 1 - A single way of locating content might be sufficient
 
This should be closed with a defined definition of what exactly is considered a "single way" of locating content.
 
 
1742. GL 2.4 L2 SC 4
 
This should remain open for further discussion. 


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