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RE: Slashdot: How should Govt sites be designed?

From: Jim Thatcher <thatch@attglobal.net>
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 13:33:56 -0600
To: Dr Nick Fiddes <nick@scotweb.ltd.uk>, kynn@idyllmtn.com, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-id: <NDBBKJDAKKEJDCICIODLIEBMCKAA.thatch@attglobal.net>
It is indeed interesting to see a site claiming to be AAA compliant.

The home page says "This WAI initiative is now supported by Netscape 6."
but the text-only page says: "This WAI initiative is not supported by

I just thought that was kink of amusing. It is my kind fo writing.

Accessibility Consulting

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Subject: Re: Slashdot: How should Govt sites be designed?

Those of you on the other side of the pond may be interested to take
a look at the UK government's main public site:
http://www.open.gov.uk/  It claims 'WAI-AAA' standard of
accessibility and though I've not analysed in depth I've seen no
reason yet to dispute this.

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