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From: Joe Clark <joeclark@joeclark.org>
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 13:14:32 -0500
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To: WAI-IG <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

 From <http://w3mix.web-graphics.com/>:

>On December 5, 2002, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced 
>the launch of their new homepage. Instead of a less usable table 
>layout, the homepage uses XHTML for structure and CSS for layout. 
>This combination allows for a design that is more accessible, 
>degrades in old browsers, and easily transports to different devices 
>such as handheld devices. This redesign could have been a watershed 
>moment, a wakeup call, and an inspiration to the very same people 
>who use the markup standards the W3C has created. Unfortunately, the 
>design leaves much to be desired-- so much that Mschmidt from 
>Kaliber10000 made a public plea to the W3C:
>>"...try getting a designer involved with your next re-design, and 
>>try creating a site that actually shows the nice & beautiful things 
>>you can do with standards-compatible code"
>There's no reason for us to wait and see if that ever happens. Let's 
>inspire each other.

Apparently "WthRemix" is pronounced "W Threemix," as in the W3 Remix.

Go for it, kids!

     Joe Clark | joeclark@joeclark.org
     Author, _Building Accessible Websites_
     <http://joeclark.org/book/> | <http://joeclark.org/bookblog/>
Received on Wednesday, 18 December 2002 13:15:18 UTC

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