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Ryan is a freelance software engineer with over 10 years of software experience working with and for big-name clients such as Red Hat, Discovery Channel, AOL, Toyota, the National Academy of Sciences, and more. Ryan has helped teams deliver award-winning applications that drive business processes, site traffic, and profit. Ryan is the owner of Sonata Cove Sofware and puts his experience and creativity to work to build amazing solutions for the web, desktop and mobile devices. Ryan has a B.S. in Computer Science from UVA-Wise and a M.S. in Software Engineering from George Mason University.


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comment Copying (forking) an open source project to your own repository
@aspillers Thanks!
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comment Copying (forking) an open source project to your own repository
I think I may do that. I just now found a way to upload a patch, so I think that's what I'll do. Thanks!
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comment Do ASP.Net Web Forms actually produce ADA compliant HTML? Does the ASP/AJAX toolkit undermine the goal of ADA compliance?
I updated my answer to include MS's official response. So essentially, ASP.NET is compliant where possible, which sounds like most of everything you would do. The AJAX control toolkit, which I've used before, essentially just updates your page with nearly identical code, as if you were doing a postback (it just does it async). So, I would assume that whatever compliance is built into default ASP.NET, it would also be true for those same controls updating inside of an AJAX panel, with the exception that the AJAX panel itself may introduce markup that may cause a collision of some kind.
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comment Do ASP.Net Web Forms actually produce ADA compliant HTML? Does the ASP/AJAX toolkit undermine the goal of ADA compliance?
Well, you can modify the markup so that the output of that markup is more compliant, like using divs instead of tables for example (I don't know much about ADA compliance, so that may be a bad example). You can't necessarily modify the asp code, like <asp:Textbox/> too much, but you can do things to modify the look/attributes/structure of the output. Does that help?
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