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Aug 19, 2011

Article about ATAG 2.0

The article entitled "W3C Project Targets Accessible Web Content Authoring Tools" that profiles ATAG 2.0 and UAAG 2.0, whcih are being developed as part of the AEGIS Project. The article highlights that accessible authoring tools should:
  • Producing accessible output (that is, Web pages) that meets standards and guidelines
  • Prompting the content author (that is, the authoring tool user) for accessibility-related information
  • Providing ways of checking and correcting inaccessible content
  • Integrating accessibility in the overall "look and feel," help, and documentation
  • Making the authoring tool itself accessible to people with disabilities