SV: EOWG: Another pass at an image of the WCAG 2.0 documents

Great work!

I have one question in the section: “Getting from one document to the
other”: First I thought the second bloc of text "sufficient techniques..."
was showing the content of either “How to meet WCAG 2” or “How to understand
WCAG 2”.Think there need to be some space or something else to show that the
second frame is another example.

Also the text “single topic page or whole document” section 3: “the entire
…” is hard to read. Is this information necessary here? 





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We had a good discussion at Friday's EOWG teleconference about presenting
the WCAG 2.0 documents in an image. The minutes are here:
<> Shadi, Andrew, and I had
some additional discussion after the EOWG teleconference.


Based on these discussions, I propose for EOWG consideration:

- Adding to the analysis that the main goal is to answer: "What document do
I go to for what information?". Previously discussed goals are at

- A revised page with images and text at


Please reply to the list with your thoughts on this updated page, including:

* Generally what do you think of the first image layout with WCAG in the

* Ideas for tweaking the first image?

* Overall suggestions for this page?

* Specific suggestions on the wording, or on the links image?


As I said last week, we have a lot of work in EOWG right now and need to do
some via e-mail.






Shawn Lawton Henry, W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)


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