Starting with Level 1 in HTML (was Re: teleconference on We 26 July, 2006)

At 18:04 26/07/2006, Chris Ridpath wrote:

>Christophe wrote:
>> seemed best to start with sufficient and failure techniques for 
>>Level 1 in HTML.
>This sounds like a good plan. We could start with guideline 1.1.1 and 
>create test cases for all the techniques and failures that are part of 
>that guideline.
>I looked at the "How To Meet" document and saw the techniques and failures 
>for SC 1.1.1. It referenced techniques H36, H37, H35 etc. So all we need 
>to do is create the test cases for each of these.
>Is that the way that you see it?

Yes, SC 1.1.1 is a good place to start. First we review the test procedures 
for those techniques, then we add (or create) test samples.
We have several sources for test samples:
- the test suite at ATRC,
- the BenToWeb test suite (more on this in a separate e-mail),
- a ZIP file with test files that were in the WCAG WG's CVS and which I 
received yesterday, and
- possibly other sources that people know.



Christophe Strobbe
K.U.Leuven - Departement of Electrical Engineering - Research Group on 
Document Architectures
Kasteelpark Arenberg 10 - 3001 Leuven-Heverlee - BELGIUM
tel: +32 16 32 85 51 


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