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WCAG 2.0 takes a giant leap forward — Now it’s your turn

WCAG 2.0 is going, boldly, where it's never gone before: Today WCAG 2.0 is at "W3C Candidate Recommendation"! Can you feel the Web accessibility world shake? Candidate Recommendation means that we think the technical content is stable and we want developers and designers to start using WCAG 2.0, to test it out in every-day situations....
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kicking the tires with MT

my standard battery of editing tests... list editing excerpting Four score and seven years ago today W3C hmm... no list editing. Does this thing try to add paragraph breaks? Ah... at user option. Category UI is nice. The javascript buttons...
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Test FAQ

The QA Working Group has released a Test FAQ. The 17 questions it addresses match the different topics the QA Working Group has found particularly important for most Working Groups in W3C and incorporate examples and ideas from various existing...
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