#49 OAA rule 5 : anchor and other extension than .(x)html suppor

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nobody
5
2011-05-02
2011-05-02
goetsu
No

Hi,

I think this test didn't cover two cases :
- where anchor is used a longdesc target (example longdesc="#xxx")
- where page extension is .php/asp/anything else or even without
extension with common url rewriting mechanism (like
http://www.spip-contrib.net/Reecriture-d-URL\)

I think maybe the best way to cover this is to change the rule to test
if space is used in the longdesc attribut (an url/anchor never have
space) and then maybe to make an XHR request to check if there is
something behind the longde

Discussion

  • goetsu
    goetsu
    2011-05-02

    • labels: --> A11y Evaluation Tool