[WSG] Code scan, complient to guidelines version 2.0

2009-02-23 Thread Thiru Yoganathan
Hi all

I am looking for a code scan tool that compliant to the new accessibility 
guidelines v2.0

We currently use Bobby, however that is still adhering to the guidelines, 
version 1.0

Does anybody know of a tool which can do this?

If this thread does not follow the guidelines / principals of this group please 
let me know.

Thanks very much for your time

Thiru Yoganathan | Customer Experience Analyst

Access Testing

The Experts in Testing

112 Alexander St, Crows Nest NSW 2065

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RE: [WSG] Question on servers and Email campaign

2008-11-11 Thread Thiru Yoganathan
Hi Sherri

I think you have done the right thing, giving away root access means you 
possibly could become quite vulnerable.I think.

But I am pretty sure this person you are speaking with is talking rubbish when 
she says others have given access.

Mind you, to at least keep a positive relationship. I am pretty sure you can 
write some software basically allowing some form of restricted access to a 
particular user name and login. This means you can give them access to the 
areas which they need but keep them out of areas which are confidential.

I hope this helps

Cheers
TY

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Graphics  Web 
Designing, LLC
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2008 11:42 AM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: RE: [WSG] Question on servers and Email campaign

I am sorry to ask this question but I am very curious as to how others feel 
about this.

I have a client that is purchasing E-mail listings from a company called 
expedia mail and I
Was called and asked for my server's root access information so that they can 
download their
Software onto my server for my clients email campaign.

I refuse to give anyone access to MY server let alone my root access.

Am I being rude and uncooperative on this or am I right?

According to the lady I spoke with she claims that I am uncooperative and that 
they have many
Companies give out there root access information to their servers.

I just can NOT put my other clients at risk and give some other company access 
to my server
Where they have full access to my server and all of my clients and my servers 
information and in
Addition they can do as they please once I give them my root access information.

Again, I would like to thank all for reading this post and I do hope this is 
not against WSG standards.
But I am really needing confirmation that I am not losing it and that I was 
right in protecting
My clients as well as my server.




Sherri
Graphic’s  Web Designing, LLC
(941)876-4609  (941)889-8336 Cell


Have a great day.

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[WSG] Accessibility - Scanning PDFs

2008-10-28 Thread Thiru Yoganathan
Hi Guys,

I am dealing with a very large website, with around 20 000 PDF files.

I want to test if these PDFs are Compliant with W3C standards. I know that some 
of these files will be I just want to find the ones which aren't.

Does anyone know of a good tool to use to test PDF files. I currently use Bobby 
for my website testing. I am looking to purchase AccVerify from Hisoftware 
however I don't know if it is a good tool to test PDFs.

Thanks

Thiru Yoganathan | Customer Experience Analyst

Access Testing

The Experts in Testing

112 Alexander St, Crows Nest NSW 2065

P: 02 9467 5074 | F: 02 9467 5020

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Sydney | Melbourne | Brisbane | Canberra

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RE: [WSG] Accessibility - Scanning PDFs

2008-10-28 Thread Thiru Yoganathan
Hi Dave

Thanks for the input I appreciate it mate, I will look into it further.

Also thanks for the input on creating and replying, will take that into 
consideration next time

Cheer mate

Thiru Yoganathan | Customer Experience Analyst
Access Testing
The Experts in Testing
112 Alexander St, Crows Nest NSW 2065
P: 02 9467 5074 | F: 02 9467 5020
E: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sydney | Melbourne | Brisbane | Canberra
www.accesstesting.com




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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dave Hall
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On Wed, 2008-10-29 at 14:39 +1000, Thiru Yoganathan wrote:
 Hi Guys,



 I am dealing with a very large website, with around 20 000 PDF files.



 I want to test if these PDFs are Compliant with W3C standards. I know
 that some of these files will be I just want to find the ones which
 aren’t.

The W3C doesn't publish the PDF specs.  That is done by Adobe.  Adobe is
in the process of making PDF an ISO standard.

As for PDF validators, google seems to find a few very ones.  I have no
idea if they are any good.

Also create a new message rather than replying to an existing thread
when you want to start a new discussion.

Cheers

Dave



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