Re: [WSG] Re: ARIA

2008-08-12 Thread David Storey
On 11 Aug 2008, at 20:30, Rob Crowther wrote: David Storey wrote: thing it adds is giving you more brownie points for validating, while not allowing WAI-ARIA to work if JavaScript is turned off. I would have thought that, if JavaScript was turned off, the ARIA stuff wouldn't be too

Re: [WSG] ARIA

2008-08-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
It would be really nice, that instead of introducing more and more design element features like ARIA markup, that what is and isn't supported at different levels (HTML4 or HTML5 or XHTML), that w3c and the browser vendor's worked together to properly come to agreement on what should be used

Re: [WSG] ARIA

2008-08-12 Thread David Storey
On 10 Aug 2008, at 04:57, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It would be really nice, that instead of introducing more and more design element features like ARIA markup, that what is and isn't supported at different levels (HTML4 or HTML5 or XHTML), ARIA is about accessibility, not design. that

[WSG] Shopping cart - who does what

2008-08-12 Thread Lynette Smith
Have always avoided doing sites that needed a shopping cart but a new client will need one. I would appreciate some advice. Do the free ones (such as ZenCart and OsCommerce) do an adequate job or would I be better off advising my client to go for a paid one. I have a colleague who does