Saturday, April 5, 2008

To The W3C Re Cognitive Disabilities :: XSL Recommendations.. NICE..!

Snapshot of Stacked Block-areas, W3C Recommendations

And I do mean, "WOW..!!!"

For those who are trying to grasp some Internet accessibility aspect of designing towards cognitive disabilities in addition to those [physical] in nature, the W3C's Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) Recommendation (Version 1.1) is an AWESOME example of how to keep the incoming volume of your inboxes down to a dull roar.. The following is just one great example:

The use of color combined with filling the spaces through the use of the various appropriate attributes is a hit with these fingertips..

Thank you..! See you all out there on the lists..!

Cyber hugs from Talking Rock..

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