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Re: looking for web components

From: Christophe Strobbe <strobbe@hdm-stuttgart.de>
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2015 17:26:09 +0200
Message-ID: <553FA691.20108@hdm-stuttgart.de>
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Hi Roger,

On 20/04/2015 14:47, Mattes, Kurt X1 wrote:
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> Hi Roger,
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> For in-page tab section updating part of a page try
> https://www.chase.com/savings
>
> A tiny accordion exists on this page -
> https://www.chase.com/online/military/military.htm?jp_cmp=rb/chasemilitary/off/na/multiple
>
> Sections of this page also behave like accordions -
> https://www.careersatchase.com/
>
> Sliders for inputting information are on this page -
> https://www.chase.com/mortgage/mortgage-resources/affordability-calculator
>

For the in-page tabs, you probably already have <http://validator.w3.org/>.

For accordeons, you can also check or create Doodle polls
<http://doodle.com/> with a large number of time slots.

Another slider example: Go to
<http://handbook.floeproject.org/index.php?title=Inclusive_learning>,
open "show display preferences" and you will find two examples: text
size and line spacing.

Best regards,

Christophe

>  
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> Regards,
>
> Kurt Mattes
> VP - eCAT ADA Controls | JPMorgan Chase
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> *From:*Roger Hudson [mailto:rhudson@usability.com.au]
> *Sent:* Thursday, April 16, 2015 8:23 AM
> *To:* 'WAI Interest Group'
> *Subject:* looking for web components
>
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> Hi
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>  
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> Many thanks to those who responded to my earlier request for suggested
> web pages or site to use in some research I am currently doing into
> how some page components are used by AT users.
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> Following on from the earlier post, I am still looking for web sites
> or pages that contain some particular components. I am not looking for
> examples of bad or poorly made web content. Rather I am looking for
> real world examples of the following :
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> 1.       In-page tab section that allows just a part of the page to be
> changed.
>
> 2.       Accordion that can be used to open/close (expand/collapse)
> areas of page content.
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> 3.       Slider for inputting information
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> For testing, I would prefer to use examples of the components that are
> incorporated into live pages, rather than demonstration prototypes, as
> this will provide a more meaningful context for the test participants.
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> All and any suggestions will be much appreciated. When the research is
> completed I will be making the results freely available.
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> Thanks,
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> roger
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> *Roger Hudson*
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Christophe Strobbe
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