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2009

Les e-mails en HTML c'est difficile

Ce n'est pas nouveau comme le montre ce workshop du W3C de 2007, et ça ne va pas dans le bon sens avec Outlook 2010... :-(

Introduction à WAI ARIA (traduction) | Les intégristes

Après avoir lu cet article, vous comprendrez à quoi sert ARIA, comment l’intégrer à vos sites, et comment l’utiliser dès immédiatement et même sur le plus simple des sites pour le rendre plus accessible.

2008

ARIA: Accessible Rich Internet Applications - MDC

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ARIA, formerly known as DHTML accessibility, is a standard being developed at W3C - World Wide Web Consortium

2007

[nota-bene.org] Du bon usage de l’attribut title

souvent l'attribut est problématique pour les logiciels d'assistance aux personnes handicapées : je pense ici en particulier aux déficients visuels

2006

Developing Ajax Applications That Preserve Standard Browser Functionality

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a few critical voices have pointed out that Ajax applications break several important browser features, including support for the back/forward button

2005

Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization: Overview

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This page is the first in a series of five pages covering the business case for Web accessibility. The five pages, called a "resource suite", are designed to help develop a customized business case for Web accessibility for a specific organization. The resource suite presents many different aspects of Web accessibility and includes guidance on incorporating these aspects into a specific organization's business case.

Accessible DHTML Technology Preview

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Accessible DHTML is now possible due to work that IBM is doing at the W3C, within the Firefox codebase, and with leading assistive technology (AT) vendors. The new standard allows authors to develop desktop-style widgets such as tree views, menu bars and spreadsheets that are accessible both with the keyboard and assistive technologies such as screen readers.