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Re: What generates a .cfm page?

From: Marti <marti47@MEDIAONE.NET>
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 17:05:34 -0400
Message-ID: <010301bf1687$dbbf3300$ea50da18@ne.mediaone.net>
To: <webmaster@dors.sailorsite.net>, "'Web Accessibility Initiative'" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
CMF pages are generated by Cold Fusion Software - it is both a web server
and a development environment. If they are into that you may not have any
luck with accessibility issues.
I should note that SETI-search, an engine designed for accessibility has had
some traffic from that web site - somebody either needs it or just likes the

----- Original Message -----
From: Bruce Bailey <bbailey@clark.net>
To: 'Web Accessibility Initiative' <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 14, 1999 5:18 PM
Subject: What generates a .cfm page?

> I am still fighting with George Washing University to clean up there
> courseware (http://prometheus.gwu.edu/).  This is a follow up to
> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-ig/1999AprJun/0353.html
> I have not even had success finding out where to send my carefully crafted
> prose filled with suggestions and constructive criticism (a.k.a., rants).
>  I am still (I think) on good terms with the folks at disabled student
> services and with the course instructor.  These people are, however, well
> meaning but not technically inclined.  Neither party has been willing (or
> able) to get me an audience with the computer science people who run the
> show.
> The site is heavily dependent on (poorly written from what I can tell)
> JavaScript and frames.  I imagine that there will be no quick fix.  In the
> meantime, I would like to educate myself about the technology they are
> using.  Can anyone tell me what software generates dynamic pages that end
> in .cfm?  The URL for a typical page (content frame actually) looks like:
> http://prometheus.gwu.edu/production/input/syllframe.cfm?syll=yes
> (This link will not do you any good, since the site also relies heavily on
> cookies.)
> Thanks very much.
> Filing a formal OCR complaint seems like a better idea every day...
Received on Thursday, 14 October 1999 17:33:03 UTC

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