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  1. luca de carli
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    29 Sep 2006
    06 Nov 2007
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    How are the contents generated by Sitefinity in respect to  the "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0" of W3C ?
  2. Nikolay
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    24 Feb 2016
    06 Nov 2007
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    Hello luca de carli,

    Sitefinity generally does not generate its own HTML. The whole HTML depends on you - your masterpage and the controls you use. If you write accessible masterpages and use controls that generate accessible HTML, not based on JavaScript, the result will be an accessible site. If you are concerned about the content that is written by our rich text editor (it is RadEditor actually), the editor has tools so content writers are able to produce accessible content (for example the image manager has an options to fill in alt-text).

    You can check our example site, it completes  Priority 1 of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

    Best wishes,
    the Telerik team

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