Re: Collections of web pages

Regarding the definition itself (not the examples), how do news 
aggregation sites or portal sites or search engines fit?  Most of the 
presented content will not have been created by a single author, group 
or organization.


On 4/9/2020 10:50 AM, Alastair Campbell wrote:
> Looking through, I think the ‘set of web pages’ definition is the best 
> place to clarify on ePub, for example adding an example:
> set of web pages
> collection of web pages 
> <*dfn-web-page-s__;Iw!!GqivPVa7Brio!N7bCWjfp2Nu2tPAFunGliWB0zJxvHzLJak41wuygPOJE5TDr-x5SbooIaPGdPGOvxw$> 
> that share a common purpose and that are created by the same author, 
> group or organization
> Examples: A publication which is split across multiple Web pages…
> *Example: A publication which is made up of a set of web pages 
> available at one URI in a linear order, such as an ePub document.*
> The last example being the addition. I put in the ‘linear order’ part 
> to differentiate from the ‘rendered together’ part of the web page 
> definition.
> Again, I don’t think it is needed for the new SCs, but it might help 
> with how ePubs are treated in WCAG in general.
> Cheers,
> -Alastair

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