Edit ISSUE-99: A.1.2 - web based authoring tools should not be exempt

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Andrew Ronksley (08/09/08) I think Sally makes a good point here. For a lot of Part A, we should be able to refer to existing software accessibility guidelines, although as far as i'm aware, these don't really address web applications completely?

Some further comments from Sally - "I am pleased that they will be referring to other standards although there is not much evidence of this yet. At least I would like to think that they could refer to the ARIA standard as it is particularly relevant when developing Authoring Tools using web technologies."

Andrew Ronksley, 8 Sep 2008, 14:39:09


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