RE: [WSG] Accessibility and HTML Emails

2009-11-02 Thread Tatham Oddie
: [WSG] Accessibility and HTML Emails On 2009/10/28 17:37 (GMT-0400) kris wright composed: email clients vary wildly in their HTML rendering capabilities, and on occasion actually modify your HTML code makes things even more confusing. Email is supposed to be text communication

RE: [WSG] Accessibility and HTML Emails

2009-11-02 Thread Tatham Oddie
...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of S.R. Emerson Sent: Thursday, 29 October 2009 9:06 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Accessibility and HTML Emails You can have a look at The Email Standards Project http://www.email-standards.org/ for information

[WSG] Accessibility and HTML Emails

2009-10-28 Thread kris wright
Hi everyone, I work in a small web shop in Canada. We have recently been discussing HTML formatted emails, and accessibility standards or best practices. We have been struggling a little bit, as we often work with WCAG 1 and 2 as baseline standards for web page accessibility. However, WCAG

Re: [WSG] Accessibility and HTML Emails

2009-10-28 Thread S.R. Emerson
You can have a look at The Email Standards Project http://www.email-standards.org/ for information. Also, if you want to build a set of guidelines that will work in the future, you might want to read these two: Microsoft to ignore web standards in Outlook 2010 - enough is enough

Re: [WSG] Accessibility and HTML Emails

2009-10-28 Thread Felix Miata
On 2009/10/28 17:37 (GMT-0400) kris wright composed: email clients vary wildly in their HTML rendering capabilities, and on occasion actually modify your HTML code makes things even more confusing. Email is supposed to be text communication. Web pages are web pages. If you want your email

Re: [WSG] Accessibility and HTML Emails

2009-10-28 Thread Hassan Schroeder
Felix Miata wrote: Email is supposed to be text communication. And yet, remarkably, there's multipart/alternative as a MIME type. Go figure. -- Hassan Schroeder - has...@webtuitive.com webtuitive design === (+1) 408-621-3445 === http://webtuitive.com twitter: