Re: [guispeak] Re: Structured and streamlined info about upcoming CSUN conference

Thanks for letting me know, Mike. I'm definately not an HTML pro, so welcome assistance in refining the format. The goal was simple HTML in this case, not stylistic purity. It renders well with a screen reader, but if there are ways of making it better for more users, then by all means ....


I'll reflect on possible improvements. In the meantime, if anyone wants to take a crack at this and send a new version to me, I'll consider posting that instead. Of course, since it is open content, anyone may also feel free to post a revised version on another server.

Cheers,
Jamal


On 2/5/2011 8:26 AM, Mike Paciello wrote:
Jamal -

Thanks for putting this out there. As you note below, this is an attempt to
create a clean, single page version of the schedule. However, immediate
responses I received from Twitter indicate that HTML is not well formed,
structured -- linebreaks instead of paragraphs, empty paragraphs. Can you
improve?

Thanks,

Mike


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Jamal Mazrui
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Subject: [guispeak] Structured and streamlined info about upcoming CSUN
conference

Now available at
http://EmpowermentZone.com/CSUN2011.htm

This attempts to be a comprehensive compilation of information about the
upcoming International Technology&  Persons with Disabilities Conference
(March in San Diego), available on a single, structured web page.  All
information was gathered from the official CSUN conference site
http://CSUNConference.org

A table of contents at the top of the page links to about 400 subsequent
topics that each begin with a heading for easy navigation with assistive
technology.  Extraneous information has been removed, including site
navigation links and redundant, boiler plate text.  This helps readers
concentrate on significant, unique content.

A structured text version of the same document -- from which the HTML
was generated -- is available at the same web address except for a .txt
extension, i.e.,
http://EmpowermentZone.com/CSUN2011.txt

These generic formats can be used on almost any portable device.

Jamal
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