Version 13 (Patrick Broens, 2011-08-03 11:55)
h1. Accessibility project
For this project first a local testing environment will be setup by Patrick Broens. This testing environment will cover all Content Objects from the TYPO3 Core with all their possible settings. Once this environment is setup, a .t3d file will be posted here on the Wiki. Other participants or people who are interested in this project, can use this .t3d file to follow the progress of the project.
The testing environment will use a very clean output, HTML and CSS, not to disturb any of the output the core renders. Multiple things need to be checked and changed according to this check:
* W3C validation of HTML, XHTML and CSS
* Inline styles are not allowed
* Accessibility according to BITV
These checks and the outcome will be documented on this Wiki in week 30, including what has to be done and what has been done already. So the progress of the whole project is visible here.
The first issues which will be resolved are the inline styles. Some investigation has already been done, especially for the style="width: xxpx;" for images and captions. This can be resolved quite easily using a different markup and CSS2.1. Some other inline style issues are still there which need some investigation. These issues need CSS, which can be put in the stylesheets already generated in typo3temp/.
There is a testing environment available which you can use locally or put it on a server. It consists of two files (t3d.tar.gz.part-xx) which have been splitted using the OSX split command and contains the T3D file for this setup. Next there is a file with the copy of the fileadmin folder (fileadmin.tar.gz)
* [[W3C tests on HTML 4.0 Transitional / XHTML 1.0 Transitional / XHTML 1.0 Strict / XHTML 1.1 / HTML 5]]
* [[Inline styles]]
h2. Pending documentation for TSREF
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