Archive for category: WCAG2

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0


New documents on WCAG 2 activity on cognitive disability


Tim Berners-Lee has a plan to fix HTML. HTML isn’t what needs fixing, and the W3C isn’t who we need doing it


Updating you on the very latest in outrage, intrigue, inanity, and incompetence on the part of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (1)


The very first and only unqualified rave for WCAG 2


What happens next for WCAG 2? One option: Shut down the committee altogether


Call for response to WCAG 2 from W3C Quality Assurance Working Group


An academic paper reviewing WCAG 2 on the basis of communication theory finds almost nothing to write home about, as it were


Did you know you can’t say “to hell” on a WAI mailing list anymore?


A call for the Web Standards Project to issue an official statement on WCAG 2 and its effect on Web standards.

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