WCAG Samurai again
29th Jun 2006
WCAG 1 had a lot of problems but was functional in many respects. Standardistas have made up for its deficiencies through a range of know-how and improvements that, inconveniently for developers, are scattered over many sites. (The WCAG Samurai will gather those in one place.)
So that's what the WCAG Samurai are going to do!
Based on the tags from this post.
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