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Auf der SharePointConference in Redmond hat HiSoftware die Version 1.1 des Accessibility Kits für SharePoint veröffentlicht und auch einen Blick auf die nächste Version AKS 2.0 gegeben, die im 3.QU.2008 erscheinen soll. Außerdem wurde ein Accessible Rich Text Editor (aRTE) angekündigt.

AKS 1.1

AKS 1.1 provides 21 new control adapters that improve the accessibility of SharePoint 2007's blog and wiki features, and it's downloadable from http://aks.hisoftware.com. AKS 1.1 adds to the 24 control adapters, master pages, CSS files, and documentation that were released as part of AKS 1.0 a few months ago.

AKS 2.0

AKS 2.0, to be released in Q3CY2008 will consist of the following:

  • Smart Adapters – automation of control adapters through install settings
  • Additional control adapters and remediation examples
    • Web part zone control
    • XHTML 1.0 Strict page level validation example – brute force approach
    • Another page level validation example against a standard DOCTYPE Declaration (DTD)
    • Additional requirements under Canadian Common Look and Feel 2.0 (CLF 2.0) guidelines
    • Improvements to accessibility and usability of SharePoint's Document Library functionality
  • Examples of remediation to comply with WCAG 2.0 Level AA
  • French language version of AKS 1.0 components

Accessible Rich Text Editor (aRTE)

The aRTE will be available in Q3CY2008 and sooner for select beta testers. Members of HiSoftware’s Technology Partner Program will have the ability to modify and extend the aRTE's source code as part of their custom SharePoint implementations.

The aRTE will have the following features:

  • Accessible Output – XHTML 1.0 compliant
  • Accessible Input – validates accessibility of content entered into the RTE
  • Character formatting
    • Bold
  • Paragraph formatting
    • List bullet
    • List number
    • Quote/Indent
    • Table of figures inc row and/or column headings
    • Hyperlink
    • Headings – levels 1-4
    • ALT text for pictures
    • Caption for pictures
    • HTML source editing
  • Table repair utility – assists in the creation of accessible data tables within the RTE
  • Form creation and remediation

Bereitgestellt 13 Mrz 2008 13:38 von Michael Greth

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