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June 2010

RGAA - Accessibilité pour les Administrations

by astrochoupe
Présentation du Référentiel Général d'Accessibilité pour les Administrations

February 2010

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October 2009

OWL 2 Web Ontology Language Document Overview

by Xavier Lacot
The W3C published 2 days ago the OWL2 Recommendation, made by 12 documents. A great step further in SW technologies, 5 years after the first OWL Recommendation !

TAW3 with a click :: Modules pour Firefox

by Xavier Lacot & 1 other
TAW3 with a click allows to verify, with just a click, the accessibility of the Web sites that you are visiting, by means of the TAW3 online service ( and making use of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 1.0 and WCAG 2.0).

September 2009

HTML 5 + CSS 3 = une révolution pour les interfaces web >

by Monique & 4 others
un contenu mieux structuré et défini, une syntaxe allégée, des traitements graphiques standardisés… tout ceci va permettre d’avoir un code source beaucoup plus propre

August 2009

W3C mobileOK Checker

by julie & 6 others
Check a Web Page for mobile-friendliness

June 2009

W3C Schools

by sdaclin & 83 others
Excellent site pour les développeurs web désireux d'approfondir leur connaissances autour de ce média.

April 2009

Introduction à WAI ARIA (traduction) | Les intégristes

by piouPiouM & 9 others
Traduction de l’article “Introduction to WAI ARIA“, publié par Gez Lemon sur Dev Opera, le site d’Opera Software destiné aux développeurs.

March 2009

HTML5 Evolution

by xibe & 1 other

Google’s role is not free from the perception of conflict of interest, and that coupled with Ian’s endorsed role as a dictator will affect the credibility of the outcome produced. In particular, it will give Microsoft all of the excuse it needs to avoid implementing the standards. (Not that eliminating that excuse will magically cause Microsoft to participate…)

February 2009

La plus ancienne page web connue - CeD

by Monique
inchangée depuis le 13 novembre 1990

January 2009

December 2008

Unequal citizens

by Monique & 1 other
Most websites in India are still not disabled-friendly even though the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has come out with guidelines on the subject.

W3C Validators in Jeopardy

by philippej (via)

La collecte s'impose...

"That we’ve had the use of validation tools via the W3C for so long and without cost has been a significant component in the teaching and evangelism surrounding Web standards and best practices. To lose these tools would impact that message, not to mention take a certain amount of quality assurance away from the process."

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