A wiki to facilitate the collation of arguments and counterarguments in favor of web standards, and to sort them into the different categories of who we want to persuade.
A wiki to collect information on this topic as there are a lot of presentations written about it but all differ in approach and content and collating all these great ideas can help us form a solid approach to selling web standards to the business.
This standard is directed toward ensuring equitable access to all content on Government of Canada Web sites.
Weblog collaboratif portant sur les enjeux sociopolitiques, technologiques et stratégiques entourant la normalisation et l'accessibilisation du Web, mais aussi un million d'autres trucs tout aussi futiles qui nous passent par l'esprit...
HERA is a tool to check the accessibility of Web pages accoridng to the specification Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 1.0). HERA performs a preliminary set of tests on the page and identifies any automatically detectable errors or checkpoints met, and which checkpoints need further manual verification.
html5doctor is a collaboration between, Rich Clark, Bruce Lawson, Jack Osborne, Mike Robinson, Remy Sharp and Tom Leadbetter. The site came about following a HTML5 meetup after the Future of Web Design conference in London (2009). We decided that there wasn’t a resource that catered for the people who wished to find out more about implementing HTML5 and how to go about it, so we thought we’d better build one. We will publish articles relating to HTML5 and it’s semantics and how to use them, here and now.
The goal of this wiki is to provide a “first stop” for more information on Semantic Web technologies, in particular on Semantic Web Standards published by the W3C. It does not aim to give a complete set on information on Semantic Web related events, conferences, ontologies or community efforts.
Here you will find articles about web standards, accessibility and usability. Occasionally there will be articles where we digress from these topics. My hope for the future: web accessibility will not be around as a topic anymore. Noone will be able to make a living as an accessibility expert because all web sites will be accessible and accessibility will be an integral part of all development efforts. All authoring tools will comply with the ATAG recommendation and editors will only have a vague memory of how difficult it was to publish accessible information in the early 21st century.
W3 Compliant Sites is a collection of web sites that were created by designers that conform with the W3C standards. It provides the opportunity for them to display their work and ideas in a community that shares common interests.