By Jeremy Sydik

"Accessibility" has a name of being uninteresting, dry, and unfriendly towards image layout. yet there's a larger approach: well-styled semantic markup that allows you to give you the very best effects for your whole clients. This publication can assist you offer pictures, video, Flash and PDF in an available method that appears nice in your sighted clients, yet remains to be obtainable to all clients.

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This provides several advantages: • Your authors work in a semantic format that doesn’t burden them with implementation details. • The author can’t drop in one-off inline styles unless you allow for it. Don’t allow for it. • The format isn’t encumbered with extra layers of tagging (the world of nested div tags with classes in XHTML) • Revisions to styling have less widespread impact. When class=article-author becomes class=article-byline, changes only exist in the XHTML output filter and related stylesheets rather than in every existing article.

What information about using this new tagging needs to be added to the style guide? • Will the new content require additional infrastructure support like new database tables or interface layers? For the recipe proposal, it is determined that content will be generated internally, but new tagging for recipe content will need to be designed. The recipes will be included with the rest of the articles, so navigation 50 P LAN FOR A CCESS and infrastructure shouldn’t be impacted, but the graphic designers will need to ensure that the new markup is nicely styled.

This is the point in time to build up a proposed solution to propose to the markup design team. If there is an unresolved debate about the right way to do this, it is reasonable to pilot the proposed change in the form of a local style as mentioned above. It’s time to look again Most of the time, I’ve found that this is really what is happening. Sometimes the content developer becomes too wrapped up in the original view of an idea and visualizes a particular markup. When that markup isn’t there or doesn’t work as expected, change requests come in.

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