Monthly Archives: April 2013

Accessibility Metadata draft v.5 has been submitted to the W3C for the process

The AccessibilitY Metadata proposal was officially submitted to the W3C process on Monday, April 15, 2013. Details of the submission can be seen in the email to the W3C public vocabs list. The detailed proposal can be seen at the site.

These added metadata items will enable alternate representations of content to be easily discoverable, as well as finding the best-fit alternate for your needs within web searches.

A significant number of changes have taken place and new content has been made available since our first post two months ago. Highlights of this are:

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