Re: 24 may wd

From: Johan Hjelm (
Date: Fri, Jul 09 1999

Message-Id: <4.1.19990709142936.00cdd3e0@>
Date: Fri, 09 Jul 1999 14:41:03 +0200
From: Johan Hjelm <>
Subject: Re: 24 may wd

Good point, and not only from a WAI perspective, but also (more
importantly) because the term "click" is not defined in the document.

I think this would be better expressed by talking about "a delimited set of
user requests and responses across one or more web servers". 

At 10:55 1999-07-09 +0100, wrote:
>Web Characterization Terminology & Definitions Sheet
>W3C Working Draft 24-May-1999.
>Re definitions of user session, server session.
>You use the phrase 'user clicks'.
>>From WAI perspective, this is unacceptable, since it ignores
>those who do not use a mouse?
>regards, DaveP
>AC for RNIB

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