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(Inactive) Web Best Practices: Teleconference Details

Teleconference details

Agenda

1. FTF Debriefing and working group priorities
  • Conceptual Model for Coding Practices
    • Define Features of a rule category
      • Add informational links to rule categories
    • Coding Examples (bad, poor, good)
  • Moving current best practices to coding practices website
  • What this website is and what it is not
  • A place for discussion and notes on a topic
  • Widget Design Practices

2. Discussion of conceptual model for coding practices:

Minutes

1. FTF Debriefing and working group priorities
  • Conceptual Model for Coding Practices
    • Define Features of a rule category
      • Define all the rule categories
      • Add informational links to rule categories
    • Coding Examples (bad, poor, good)
  • Moving current best practices to coding practices website
  • What this website is and what it is not
  • A place for discussion and notes on a topic
*Widget Design Practices

2. Discussion of conceptual model for coding practices
  • NH: Review of the conceptual model: http://trac.web-accessibility-best-practices.org/wiki/design/conceptual-model-2
  • JG: Discusses the current Cache Inspector categories
  • NH: Cache Inspector uses element level discriptions
  • NH: IITAA has some categories and old best practices categories (Nav&Orientation, Text Equiv, Scripting, Form Controls)
  • NH: We wanted the categories to be closer to markup familiar to developers
  • NH: Do we want a level higher of grouping
  • NH: WCAG 2.0 guidelines seem to abstract
  • NH: In FAE we had 5 abstract categories, form controls and labels were in navigation and orientation
  • NH: Can categories always reference markup or can they be more abstract
  • MS: I would like to second the idea of using the language of developers that will be good
  • MS: The old IITAA categories …., somethings will have to generalize
  • MS: Current IITAA Categories
    • Coding
    • Text
    • Colors
    • Images
    • Image Maps
    • Sounds
    • Multimedia
    • Animation
    • Links
    • Forms
    • Tables
    • Frames
    • Scripts
    • Objects
    • Downloadable documents
    • Timing
    • Page layout
  • MS: We revised it 6 months:
    • HTML Codings
    • Structure
    • Style
    • Images
    • Links
    • Tables
    • Forms
    • Scripts/Objects
    • Sounds/Animation/Video
    • Timing
    • Navigation
  • At the meeting last week, in a side discussion:
    • Coding
    • Content
    • Styles
    • Images
    • Tables
    • Links
    • Forms
    • Scripts/Widgets
    • Frames
    • Layout
    • Navigation
    • Timing
    • Audio/Video/Multimedia
    • Documents
  • MS: This could also be used in training
  • HR: Where does keyboard focus fall in the last categories
  • MS: In scripts and widgets
  • MS: In current IITAA 1.0 it would be in scripts
  • MS: Layout category would talk about page navigation
  • HR: Keyboard focus issue..
  • MS: Custom widget keyboard support would be in scripts
  • HR: Keyboard focus issue is so important it should have its own category
  • MS: Maybe the layout one goes away and is replaced by order
  • MS: reading order and tab order have similar concepts
  • MS: Reading and tab order
  • MS: Avoid horizontal scrolling is in not in a good category
  • NH: What is in coding and styles?
  • MS: Coding is use of standards
  • MS: We may want to have a validation and language requirements in coding or HTML tag or DOCTYPE
  • MS: Styles is where text size and text color
  • MS: The test is to take the rules put into these categories
  • What we have in common:
    • Coding
    • Content and Structure (OAA) includes title, headings, landmarks and lists
    • Styles (OAA)
    • Images (OAA)
    • Tables (OAA)
    • Links (OAA)
    • Forms (OAA)
    • Widgets
    • Dynamic content and animations
    • Frames (maybe put in Structure)
    • Layout
    • Navigation (WCAG 2.0 multiways, site scope)
    • Timing
    • Audio/Video/Multimedia
    • Downloadable documents
  • HR: Where do error feedback and form instruction
  • JG: Do people want to see the rules or the items??
  • TW: It is important to me what are all the issue with forms
  • TW: What I would like to know what the issues are with a form, and all the issues as once
  • JG: We will go back and use this to try to refine the rule categories and propose some for next week

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