Creating websites with WYSIWYG
Should WYSIWYG software vendors be more proactive with inbuilt accessibility support?
Yes 83% [ 20 ]
No 4% [ 1 ]
Unsure 0% [ 0 ]
Don't care (shame, boo, hiss) 12% [ 3 ]
Total Votes : 24
'web design uk'
Accessify Forum Administrator ~ Nigel Peck / MIS Web Design
"Everything I say is not meant to be set in stone" - Van Morrison
I recognize that some of these items have poorer support than other CSS properties/values but :focus has pretty good support I thought so I am curious as to why this one has been omitted from the properties.
http://xstandard.com/page.asp?p=7658F20E-2237-470E-A59A-F2917B36D680 for a XHTML-outputting WYSIWYG editor product.
Anyone care to comment or review?
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But this is not a replacement for DW - which is a page layout tool. I think this editor is only for non-technical users to contribute content as part of a CM system.
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