RE: Yahoo! posts new video on ARIA development

Hi all,


Thanks for the videos. These videos can be very interesting for many people,
but would reach more people if they had subtitles. And even more so if they
could add translations of those subtitles, for example through the service or another.


If someone creates subtitles in English, I can translate it into Spanish.


On the other hand, I think it would also be helpful if the syntax of the
code complain the HTML specification. 


If ARIA is about accessibility, why not take care accessibility in documents
that relate to ARIA?


Best regards,




Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo

Directora de la Fundación Sidar

Coordinadora del Seminario SIDAR

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De: [] En nombre de
Aaron M Leventhal
Enviado el: martes, 09 de diciembre de 2008 19:27
Para: Victor Tsaran
CC: David Bolter;;
Asunto: RE: Yahoo! posts new video on ARIA development


I put it on the main page as well. It's one of our highlights. 

- Aaron 


"Victor Tsaran" <> 


"David Bolter" <>, Aaron M




12/09/2008 07:23 PM 


RE: Yahoo! posts new video on ARIA development



Hi David,
Thanks for doing that. I tried to log into CodeTalks yesterday but my
Socks connection was playing tricks on me.
Thanks again,

-----Original Message-----
From: [ <>] On
Behalf Of David Bolter
Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2008 7:01 AM
To: Aaron M Leventhal
Subject: Re: Yahoo! posts new video on ARIA development

Thanks Aaron,

I've added it to the codetalks video page:

If anyone has any other vids that should be listed on that page please
let me know, or even better post a message to
 <> and put "video" somewhere in
the subject line.


Aaron M Leventhal wrote:
> I highly recommend Yahoo's new video Developing Accessible Widgets 
> using
>  <>
> Todd Kloots uses real examples to cover setting up the ARIA 
> development and testing environment, landmark roles, widgets, enabling

> complex widgets with progressive enhancement, keyboard navigation, 
> live regions, custom widgets and more.
> A big thank you to Todd Kloots and Yahoo! for putting this together.

Received on Tuesday, 9 December 2008 23:57:00 UTC