[Typo3] accessibility and typo3

Jochen Rieger j.rieger at connecta.ag
Thu Dec 1 12:06:20 CET 2005

Hi Vittoria,

we are actually building a quite accessible site. TYPO3 in general with 
the right extensions produces quite good code. Yet, there still are some 
extensions that do not ship with proper XHTML 1.0 Strict templates. But 
usually you can either fix this manually or use extensions like


So ... with some tweaking here and there you get good quality accessible 
sites out of TYPO3.

There was a thread in the content rendering group with subject 
"accessible sites" with some examples that were made with TYPO3.

The most famous one actually seems to be www.greenpeace.de.

Cheers from Germany,

Vittoria Simeone wrote:
> Hi everybody!!
>   What do you know about accessibility and Typo3?
>   I'm italian and I'm studying Typo3 because I'll graduating in telecommunication engineering in 16 of December.
>   Do you know if typo3 changes something in coding when I install an extension??I'm studying Mambo too, and Mambo core introduces some coding that causes problems for accessibility:Mambo creates tables for impagination and it's a very important problem.
>   Mambo is not accessible,for nothing.
>   Thanks a lot.
>   Bye,
>   Vittoria
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