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SharePoint 2010 Web Standards, Accessibility, and Usability Quick Reference Guide

Solution Custom Control Adapter Override the rendering Drawbacks Breaks WPSC Web Part Pages and SharePoint Problem Renders hidden Web Part Zone using hidden input fields Input fields directly in the page instead of wrapped in a div Solution Custom Page Adapter Wrap the contents in a div ImageField and SharePoint 2010 Problem Uses HTML 4.01 to store the image value Solution In code: retrieve the value as ImageFieldValue and write the img tag yourself In XSLT: This is a more advanced area for skilled SharePoint Subject Matter Experts In-line Styles \ SharePoint 2010 Problem Using the style attribute is not allowed Solution Custom Page Adapter Regex replace Drawbacks Very expensive You may some lose branding/functionality CSS Styles and SharePoint 2010 Problem CSS validation returns errors Solution Replacing with your own CSS (Corporately Approved) Drawbacks Requires some serious customization and configuraton Rich Text Editor \ SharePoint 2010 Problem WAI:ARIA markup not in XHTML DTD Solution Custom Control Adapter Regex replace Drawbacks Expensive on large pages JavaScript Links Problem Links with href="javascript:" Solution Custom Page Adapter Regex rewrite of links Drawbacks Very expensive You may lose some functionality Key Lessons Learned Implementing web standards and accessibility in SharePoint 2010 is easier than in the previous release, SharePoint (MOSS) 2007 Plan for accessibility from the begining of the project – Get your roadmap and governance strategies for all areas in place Accessible branding is the key to success Be careful what you promise and vet it with SharePoint developers to ensure its possible Accessibility on the Internet doesmatter 508 Compliance is something that is becoming more critical everyday and auditors are looking for 508 Compliance issues I have been asked by a large number of clients over the last few months about this topic and felt that a quick reference guide to best practices would be helpful to the readers

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Deep-Dive of SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Proven Development Strategies

You will also need to have good working knowledge JavaScript and be very comfortable with HTML and CSS along with the knowledge of the SharePoint 2013’s APIs as well Windows Azure’s SDK and offerings and the updated underlying foundational changes around SharePoint 2013’s workflows and Windows Workflow Foundation 4

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