Edit ACTION-245: Look up what the past survey was that indicated that pages could meet accessibility support requirements with different at for different parts of a page

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[Joshue108]: Josh to ping Shadi

16 Sep 2014, 15:24:49

[Joshue]: Shadi contacted today for info on survey

17 Sep 2014, 09:50:28

[Joshue]: Reply from Shadi on 22nd Sept - Eval TF analyzed several sections of the WCAG 2.0 documents, we also did not find clear guidance that requires uniform AT support for web pages in their entirety. In particular, there was a debate on how to interpret example #4 of "Accessibility Support Statements"[4].

19 Sep 2014, 08:06:13

[Joshue]: [1] http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#cc2

19 Sep 2014, 08:07:15


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