Re: is javascript considered good wacg 2.0 practice?

Harry quoted:

> "Following these guidelines will make content *accessible*
 > to a wider range of people with disabilities"

Accessibility = aim at people with disabilities

> "Following these guidelines will also often make your
 > Web content more *usable* to users in general."

Usability = aimad at everyone

Note also the difference between "will make" and "will often make". The 
second one means that usability may be a side effect of using WCAG 2.0, 
not its primary goal.


Received on Monday, 17 December 2012 19:16:05 UTC