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Edititorial change to conformance section

From: Gregg Vanderheiden <gv@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 15:50:14 -0600
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<current>

The set of such technologies that an author assumes are supported and turned
on in accessible user agents is called a baseline. Developers must ensure
that all information and functionality of the Web content conforms to WCAG
2.0 assuming: 

1.	that user agents support only the technologies in the baseline and 
2.	that only those technologies are active. 

</current>

 

Propose to change the wording on the two numbered items to make them clearer

 

 

<proposed>

The set of such technologies that an author assumes are supported and turned
on in accessible user agents is called a baseline. Developers must ensure
that all information and functionality of the Web content conforms to WCAG
2.0 assuming: 

1.	that user agents support all the technologies in the baseline but no
other technologies and 
2.	that those technologies that are listed in the baseline are all
enabled. 

See also "Use of technologies outside of the Baseline"  below

</proposed>

 

 

 


Gregg

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