[Typo3] accessibility and typo3

Nikolas Hagelstein hagelstein at hauptsache.net
Thu Dec 1 12:08:44 CET 2005


it's possible to create accessible
websites using typo3 even complex ones.
Using TV (Templavoila) makes things a lot easier because
you got more code controll with FCEs 
(Flexible Content Elements)
than with the traditional CEs.

Even without TV it should be possible
since beside a few exceptions you are 
able to fully manipulate the rendering
of content elements/pages with TS (Typoscript).

Of course hardcoded html in extensions
might break acccesible standards but 
most extensions are separating application
logic from praesentation logic.
So that won't be a problem at all.


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