Note to screen reader users
The option to post comments on each post is accessible but somewhat confusing in first time use. Activating the "# comments" link will get you to a text box to leave your comment. After the comment box you'll navigate to the Choose an identity section. If you don't have a blogger account your can use the radio button to select "Other" or "Anonymous". You'll still have to navigate past the fields used when you login or use the "other" option which asks for your name and your web page. Finally you'll get to the bottom of the page and have the option for publishing your comment.
Feel free to play with the comment section and I'll periodically delete any test posts.
Thursday, January 18, 2007
Structure is Guidance
I can tell you that learning the standards and implementing them are two different things. What is important that in the process of implementing the standards one gets the experience necessary to understand what the technical standards mean and how the functional requirements map to the technical requirements. Also the relationship between the Subparts that don't necessary follow (or at least are not clear) the alphabetical hierarchy (A, B, C, or D.)
So now I suppose the burden is upon me to outline my suggested approach so everyone can debate the approach.