provide. S.R. Emerson Accrete Web Solutions *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfm Help: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ***
I asked a person I know that is physically challenged about Wordpress and she doesn't have any problems with it. Found this review: http://juicystudio.com/article/choosing-an-accessible-cms.php Look at comment #27 - submitted by a visually impaired user who uses JAWS screen reader. S. R.
Is there a particular reason you have specified XHTML? So it is upgradeable for the future. S.R. Emerson Accrete Web Solutions *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http
Andrew, Seeing you have not had any other ideas presented, how about: a) Using the Web Style Guide as a basis for creating your own web style guide for the agency? http://webstyleguide.com/ The 2nd Edition is available online. The 3rd Edition is available for purchase. b) You could also
...That we've had the use of validation tools via the W3C for so long and without cost has been a significant component in the teaching and evangelism surrounding Web standards and best practices. To lose these tools would impact that message, not to mention take a certain amount of quality
This partnership was announced back in July of 2008. It is not the be all, end all solution for flash websites to be indexed by search engines and directories. http://blog.v7n.com/2008/07/01/search-engine-friendly-flash/ S. Emerson Accrete Web Solutions http://www.accretewebsolutions.ca
Dear Alan, Mr. Hunkin is blind. Cut him some slack. Before cutting down his (or anyone else's) coding skills, maybe you should fix the errors on your own home page. wink S. Emerson All emails are scanned with Norton AntiVirus before sending
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