ACTION-720: Ensure disabling images gets in 2.11 (Provide control of content that may reduce accessibility)

Ensure disabling images gets in 2.11 (Provide control of content that may reduce accessibility)

State:
closed
Person:
Greg Lowney
Due on:
April 5, 2012
Created on:
March 29, 2012
Related emails:
  1. Minutes: UAWG 13 Dec 2012 telecon (from jimallan@tsbvi.edu on 2012-12-13)
  2. RE: Agenda: UAWG Dec 13, 2012 (from mhakkinen@ets.org on 2012-12-13)
  3. ACTION-720: Ensure disabling images gets in 2.11 (Provide control of content that may reduce accessibility) (from gcl-0039@access-research.org on 2012-12-13)
  4. Agenda: UAWG Dec 13, 2012 (from jimallan@tsbvi.edu on 2012-12-11)
  5. minutes: UAWG telecon 9 august 2012 (from jimallan@tsbvi.edu on 2012-08-09)
  6. Agenda: UAWG 9 Aug 2012 (from jimallan@tsbvi.edu on 2012-08-07)
  7. Minutes: User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group Teleconference 29 Mar 2012 (from Kelly.Ford@microsoft.com on 2012-03-29)

Related notes:

This can probably be done by expanding 2.11.1 (Toggle Background Images) to address toggling foreground as well as background images.

Greg Lowney, 4 Apr 2012, 00:49:07

[JAllan]: Ensure disabling images gets in 2.11 (Provide control of content that may reduce accessibility) (done?)

9 Aug 2012, 17:56:18

dec. 13 2012. it was resolved.

Jim Allan, 18 Dec 2012, 15:44:11

Changelog:

Created action 'Ensure disabling images bets in 2.11.1\' assigned to Greg Lowney, due 2012-04-05

29 Mar 2012, 18:20:08

title changed to 'Ensure disabling images gets in 2.11 (Provide control of content that may reduce accessibility)'

Greg Lowney, 4 Apr 2012, 00:49:07

Status changed to 'closed'

Jim Allan, 18 Dec 2012, 15:44:11


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