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(Inactive) Web Best Practices: Teleconference Details

Teleconference details

Agenda

1. WCAG 2.0 Requirement 2.4.4 Links in context requirement

2. Review of beta version of new DRES website

3. Other Issues

Minutes

Use of aria-describedby for Links in context 2.4.9
  • JG: Working group is considering this technique

H1 and TITLE technique
  • JG: Was rejected as a techniques for WCAG 2.0
  • JG: Sent link related to wiki and comment form
  • JG: Encourage people to submit the technique and send examples
  • MS: Seems like there is a start of an advisory technique related to headers
  • MS: How did you get to the wiki?
  • JG: An e-mail dialog with one of the members
  • MS: There doesn’t seem to be a statement of purpose
  • JG: I forwarded the e-mail I received and the reply I sent.
  • Links to wiki and comment form:
    • wiki: “http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/wiki/Techniques/HTML”: http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/wiki/Techniques/HTML
** comment form: “http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/WCAG20/TECHS-SUBMIT/ “: http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/WCAG20/TECHS-SUBMIT/

DRES website
  • http://dres-csuggs.dev.ojctech.com/
  • JG: aria-required attribute is being used, the title seems to be being used as a tool tip for sighted users
  • MR: I get the label with “edit required”
  • MS: Is screen reader support for required may not be stable enough to get the aria-required
  • MR: There are some modes the required does not come out, only one more right now
  • MS: What screen readers do we want to support
  • MS: May want need to use an older technique, this is no mans land, xhtml 1.0 does not natively support aria
  • JG: I think we should use both aria-required and an accessible labeling technique
  • JG: We can continue this discussion next week.

Participants