[Plone-com] design constraints

Wyn Williams heywyn at gmail.com
Thu Sep 6 07:42:27 UTC 2012


A little offtopic but:

> Luckily, it's not a huge process to check this; vanilla Plone gives
> you an excellent headstart, and any modifications will be minor.
> It's just something to get into the process, no  big obstacle.

Plone does give me a warm fuzzy feeling inside, Plone really is cool :)


On 05/09/2012 14:32, Paul Roeland wrote:
> On 05-09-12 23:06, T. Kim Nguyen wrote:
>> Is everyone aware of the products that the WebLion folk were
>> working on and released at the PSE sprints to get to WCAG 2?
>> (Matt Barkau was the lead on it IIRC).
>> 
> 
> They were merged into the regular Plone 4.2 series; so no more
> separate products. But that only covers standard portlets and
> layout.
> 
> If we use a fancy new theme, that needs to be checked.
> 
> And it has to be looked at in the actual content as well;
> accessibility testing also counts it as wrong if you use styles
> non-semantically correct, or don't provide alt-tags for your
> images, for instance. So end-results have to be checked by humans
> anyway.
> 
> Luckily, it's not a huge process to check this; vanilla Plone gives
> you an excellent headstart, and any modifications will be minor.
> It's just something to get into the process, no  big obstacle.
> 
> And can be done quite a the end, so no blocker.
> 
> Paul
> 
> 
> 
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