Re: Locating In EARL Example

> This means, each earl:location describes one
> occurrence of the result in a subject but there
> could be any number of occurrences in a single assertion.
> An occurrence could also be composed of more
> than one part, for example image maps was suggested.
I think we're going to need one location per accessibility error because the 
location information is dependant on the error. For example, here are 2 
accessibility errors:
1) alt text does not describe the image
2) alt text does not describe link destination (image is used as an anchor)

In the first case you don't need to store any context information. In the 
second case you need to store information about the anchor that contains the 
image. So the location information for the accessibility error depends on 
the error.

It seems to me that there needs to be one complete assertion per 
accessibility error.


Received on Wednesday, 6 April 2005 14:47:35 UTC