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=== Navigation, URI and Page headings ===
 
''{Shawn has noted below and will get fixed with next wai website nav regeneration}''<br >
 
Starting from http://www.w3.org/WAI/eval/Overview.html [[http://www.w3.org/WAI/eval/Overview.html]] Left navigation, URIs and page titles seem to have lost consistency. The top level page link in the left navigation is named "Evaluating Accessibility", the URI includes the words "eval/overview" and the page title is Accessibility Evaluation Resources.
 
The content includes links out of the main suite:
 
# The first link to W3C WAI Web Accessibility Evaluation and Testing Activities is the same as the first link in the left navigation (named "Evaluation and Testing"). Both of these belong to WAI Group for evaluation (ERT) which means you lose your position on the left navigation. The content lists 6 actions by the ERT group - and are descriptive about current activity or plans and not links.
 
# WCAG-EM Technical Report - is linked from the first page and is also the second item on the left navigation. As it is a document all the left navigation vanishes when you select it.
 
# Starting from Preminary Review, and visiting the subsequent 7 items on the left nav you will find that the link to WCAG-EM disappears.
 
# Item 2 on this older list is Conformance Evaluation (with references to WCAG 1.0 this is outdated) - it would be good at this point to be taking account of the draft  WCAG-EM which if I understand things correctly should replace it. However it is not visible anymore!
 
  
I've spent a good hour trying to work out why I was so confused. I would propose that a few adhoc fixes might be helpful for newcomers, while we wait for the Evaluating Websites for Accessibility Suite to be fully revised.~Suzette
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{Navigation updated to address Suzette's previous comments. Additional updating in progress...}

Latest revision as of 14:03, 8 November 2012

{Navigation updated to address Suzette's previous comments. Additional updating in progress...}