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RE: [VE][232] getting this error Error [232]: "number of attribute names and name tokens (X) exceeds ATTCNT (Y)"

From: Steve Faulkner <sfaulkner@paciellogroup.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 10:20:30 -0000
To: "'Shane McCarron'" <shane@aptest.com>, "'olivier Thereaux'" <ot@w3.org>
Cc: <www-validator@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000001c98068$e1d55b20$a5801160$@com>

I have created modified DTDs for HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 using the
attributes module [http://www.w3.org/WAI/PF/aria/#xhtml_mod].

These are available at http://svn.codetalks.org/repos/trunk/tools/ARIA-DTDs/

These DTD's contain the additions below, added to the coreattrs (%ARIArole;
%ARIAtabindex; %ARIAattrs;)
The tabindex declarations for individual elements have been removed.

The (X)THML + ARIA validation is based on attributes and attribute 
values as defined in the WAI-ARIA (draft) specification 1.0 [link:
http://www.w3.org/WAI/PF/aria/]. The DTD's are not official versions 
and have not been endorsed by anyone.

Validation of HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 documents using the experimental 
DTD's, will detect errors in WAI-ARIA attribute names and values only. 
The DTD's allow ARIA attributes to be placed on any element. It will 
not provide any indication of the correctness of the use of a WAI-ARIA 
attribute on any given element.

<!--================ ADD WAI-ARIA Attributes =========================-->

tip|tree|treegrid|treeitem)  #IMPLIED"

 <!ENTITY % ARIAtabindex
   "tabindex NMTOKEN          #IMPLIED"

<!ENTITY % ARIAattrs 
-- states --
    "aria-busy ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-checked ( true | false | mixed | undefined ) 'undefined'
    aria-disabled ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-dropeffect NMTOKENS 'none'
    aria-expanded ( true | false | undefined ) 'undefined'
    aria-grab ( true | supported | false ) 'false'
    aria-hidden ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-invalid ( grammar | false | spelling | true ) 'false'
    aria-pressed ( true | false | mixed | undefined ) 'undefined'
    aria-selected ( true | false | undefined ) 'undefined'
-- properties --
    aria-activedescendant IDREF #IMPLIED
    aria-atomic ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-autocomplete ( inline | list | both | none ) 'none'
    aria-controls IDREFS #IMPLIED
    aria-describedby IDREFS #IMPLIED
    aria-flowto IDREFS #IMPLIED
    aria-haspopup ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-label CDATA #IMPLIED
    aria-labelledby IDREFS #IMPLIED
    aria-level CDATA #IMPLIED
    aria-live ( off | polite | assertive ) 'off'
    aria-multiline ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-multiselectable ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-owns IDREFS #IMPLIED
    aria-posinset CDATA #IMPLIED
    aria-readonly ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-relevant NMTOKENS 'additions text'
    aria-required ( true | false ) 'false'
    aria-setsize CDATA #IMPLIED
    aria-sort ( ascending | descending | none | other ) 'none'
    aria-valuemax CDATA #IMPLIED
    aria-valuemin CDATA #IMPLIED
    aria-valuenow CDATA #IMPLIED
    aria-valuetext CDATA #IMPLIED

-----Original Message-----
From: Shane McCarron [mailto:shane@aptest.com] 
Sent: 26 January 2009 20:00
To: olivier Thereaux
Cc: Steve Faulkner; www-validator@w3.org
Subject: Re: [VE][232] getting this error Error [232]: "number of attribute
names and name tokens (X) exceeds ATTCNT (Y)"

The XHTML 2 Working Group has not discussed creating ARIA versions of 
those markup languages, but it would be trivial to do so (using the DTD 
ARIA implementation that is part of the spec).  I will raise this with 
the working group.

Steve, if this is something you need immediately, please let me know. 
Otherwise, if you can wait a couple of weeks, I have given myself an 
action to respond to this thread after discussing it with the working group.

olivier Thereaux wrote:
> Hi Steve, all
> On 26-Jan-09, at 5:35 AM, Steve Faulkner wrote:
>> I am creating some modified DTD's for HTML4.01 and XHTML 1.0,
>> Is there any chance that these can be added to the W3C validator as
>> experimental (X)HTML+ARIA DTD's?
>> So that they can be used as DOCTYPE override selections?
> I think it makes sense to do it, yes. Granted, these DTDs are not 
> "standards track" material but both ARIA and HTML401/xhtml10 are, so 
> it's mostly a matter of finding the right term to describe the 
> "unofficialness" in ways that does not cause confusion.
> Wondering what the SYSTEM id (URI) will be for those. Is there a chance 
> the DTDs will be hosted somewhere under http://www.w3.org/Markup/DTD/ ?

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