Proving the validity and accessibility of dynamic web pages
online resourceposted on 2007-02-13, 13:45 authored by Roger Stone, Jatinder Dhiensa
If a static web-page is checked for accessibility and passes then all is well. However checking the accessibility of the output from a dynamic (scripted) web-page is like testing a program to find errors. However many times a test succeeds it is always possible that the program will produce bad output next time. What is needed is something closer to a proof of correctness. This paper describes a first attempt to provide a proof of validity for dynamic web-pages which can be extended to a proof of accessibility.
- Computer Science
CitationSTONE and DHIENSA, 2004. Proving the validity and accessibility of dynamic web pages. IN: Harper, Yesilda and Goble (eds.), Proceedings of the International Cross-Disciplinary Workshop on Web Accessibility, 13th International World Wide Web Conference, New York, May 2004
NotesThis is a refereed conference paper.