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RE: UK Government Web Guidelines

From: Harry Woodrow <harrry@email.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 20:32:39 +0800
To: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
This is from the guidelines section 2.73.

I think people more technically competent than I am may wish to comment to
them about the accessisibility of this form of information.  If anyone is
willing to please let me know.

Harry Woodrow
frmom UK draft guidelines
∑	A bilingual anchor page (in effect a table of contents) should index all
your translated documents and hyperlink directly to each in the translated
language and in English.
∑	a PDF version.
∑	The use of text in GIF It is important that when text cannot be published
in standard HTML formats that it be made available as formats should be
avoided. This would not be available if the browser had the graphics was
turned off, the exception for GIFs being text navigation buttons in scripts,
such as Bengali. The Ďaltí attribute should be in English and identify the
language being used.
∑	The notification and prompt for obtaining the Adobe Acrobat Reader should
also be included on this page and when appropriate in both English and the
translated language.
∑	Navigation on these pages should be in both English and the translated
∑	Consider the value of adding a language code into the file name (URL), eg,
/webguidelines/fr-index.htm (index to French language anchor page) or
/webguidlelines/urdu-index.htm (index to Urdu language anchor page).


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