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Re: Some comments on PA Slide Set

From: Chuck Letourneau <cpl@starlingweb.com>
Date: Wed, 03 Feb 1999 10:55:50 -0500
Message-Id: <4.1.19990203103856.00a427b0@host.igs.net>
To: w3c-wai-eo@w3.org
Cc: marja@w3.org

Thank you for your comments on the Page Author curriculum.  I notice from
the URL's that you are quoting that you are looking at a very old set.  You
must have missed the messages that indicated the new curriculum set is at

Judy, Geoff and I ask that people hold off on comments about the curriculum
slides for a week or two.  We are working on some major revisions will
announce when we are ready for the working group to comment.

However, I suspect that some of your comments will still be valid for the
newer curriculum slides.

At 01/02/99 03:14 PM , Marja-Riitta Koivunen wrote:
>Overall: the set is great!

CPL:: It's always nice to hear such comments!

>1. The list of techniques and guidelines look too similar at a glance. It
>is difficult to keep track where you are and in many places you don't
>easily get back and forth between them.
>For instance, if you go to
>It is difficult to notice that you are in a totally new level of
>techniques. The title is same as before, only thing that changes is a
>little number somewhere and I didn't notice it until after looking really
>Now, if I want to go to the main guidelines list from
>I have no idea of how to get there. There should be at least links or icons
>for the guidelines and techniques TOCs available everywhere.

CPL:: I agree.  The "fourth-level" slides were not originally planned for
in the design, hence they are not automatically generated by Slidemaker
with all the current linking and associated style.  They were created by
hand from earlier templates.  In an upcoming revision of the curriculum,
your concerns will be addressed.

>2. If the 4th item is recommended in
>shouldn't it leave out the "Click here" part?
CPL:  I think you may be right.  I will look at ways to improve that example.

>3. To me these sample lists with all the labelling look really distracting.
>Probably because there is only one "a" under each item numbered and the
>title already states first, second etc.
>I wonder if there would be a better example of this.
>  Marja
CPL: I think this has been changed in a recent update.

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