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Qual é a imagem do Brasil que eles constroem? Justifique a sua resposta, caracterizando a linguagem utilizada em cada texto. Some services have a primarily mobile appeal location based services, for example. Some have a primarily mobile appeal texto have a complementary desktop aspect for instance for complex configuration tasks. Still others have a primarily desktop appeal but a complementary organize aspect possibly for texto.

Finally there will remain some Web applications that have a primarily desktop appeal lengthy reference material, rich images, for example. It is likely that application designers and service providers will wish to provide the best possible experience in the context in which their service has the most appeal. However, while services may be most appropriately experienced in one context or another, it is considered best practice to provide as reasonable experience as is possible given device limitations and not to exclude access from any particular class of device, except where this is necessary because of device limitations.

The widely varying characteristics of mobile devices can make it difficult for a Web site to provide an acceptable user experience across a significant range of devices. For example different devices support different markup features and different screen sizes may demand different sized images. Consequently, it is very common when delivering content to mobile devices to vary the details of the markup, format of images, image sizes, color depths and so on to suit the characteristics of the device in question.

The process of altering content to enhance the user experience on particular devices is referred to as Content Adaptation. We do not describe adaptation in detail in this document. In addition, the sister group of the Best Practices Working Group, the Device Description Working Groupis currently defining requirements for a repository of mobile device characteristics that are relevant to content adaptation. There are a number of different implementation models for content adaptation.

On the one hand, adaptation may be quite simple and consist of determining the device type and choosing the most appropriate set of previously prepared content to match the device characteristics.

At the other extreme it may be carried out in a completely dynamic way, with content formatted at the time of retrieval, taking texto account not only statically determined properties, such as screen dimension, but also dynamically determined properties, such as the temporary attachment of a fully featured keyboard.

Adaptation can be carried out in a number of different points in the delivery of content to the device [DCODI]:. Server Side adaptation implies organize the content is delivered by the originating content server or application. In-Network adaptation is where the content is altered organize it passes through one or more network components.

Some network operators, texto organize se, for example, texto organize se, compress images before they are passed over the air to the mobile device. Client Side adaptation consists of the device accepting content and displaying it in an appropriate way for its characteristics. Whatever the adaptation model at work, the process of adaptation should not diminish accessibility. In phase 1 See 1. Organize phases may consider texto implications of content organize elsewhere, especially the issues concerning the granting texto authority to third parties to carry out adaptation, prohibiting adaptation and so on, texto organize se.

Later phases may also address multiple adaptation - i. It is also assumed texto it is possible to create a site that is consistent with the Best Practice recommendations without carrying organize adaptation at all. However it is likely that a organize sophisticated and enhanced user experience will be achieved if adaptation is used. Providing variations on the user experience that are appropriate in different cases requires the content provider organize know a significant amount about texto characteristics of the device, the properties of the browser in use and the transparency of the network connection to the device.

For simple sites that present an interface which is similar across a broad range of contexts the need for such information is diminished when compared with a sophisticated site that has an optimized navigation structure, presents different size images or carries out other adaptations to suit the particular delivery context. The companion Techniques [Techniques] document describes these methods.

In the interests of "One Web" see 3. If the presentation option has been determined automatically, the content provider may choose to allow the user to override the automatic determination. Where a choice of presentations is available, it is good practice to record the user's preferences and to allow them to be changed. Given an appropriate server environment, it is unlikely that the content provider will be unable to find out anything about the delivery context.

However this can happen, either because details of the delivery context are not available in sufficient detail or because the server does not provide the ability to inspect and act on the information provided. In this case a "reasonable default experience" should be provided.

The details of the default experience depend upon a number of factors including, but not limited to, the geographic region in which the service is offered and the primary intention of the service e. In order to allow content providers to share a consistent view of a default mobile experience the BPWG has defined the Default Delivery Context. This allows providers to create appropriate experiences in the absence of adaptation and provides a baseline experience where adaptation is used.

The Default Delivery Context has been determined by the BPWG as being the minimum delivery context specification necessary for a reasonable experience of the Web. It is recognized that devices that do not meet this specification can provide a reasonable experience of other non-Web services. It is also recognized that this specification is made against the background of demographic, cultural and economic assumptions. Content providers may choose to provide services that demand a different or lower delivery context specification, but should try to provide an experience that exploits the capabilities of the Default Delivery Context in order to provide the best possible experience for that context.

It is stressed that many devices exceed the capabilities defined by the DDC. Content providers are encouraged not to diminish the user experience on those devices by developing only to the DDC specification, and are encouraged to adapt their content, where appropriate, to exploit the capabilities of the actual device. If an adaptation process is used, then information that is known about the actual Delivery Context should see 5.

If the delivered content does not result from an adaptation process - e. A discussion of techniques and some suggestions as to how to implement.

The aspects of the delivered content that an external validator could examine to assess conformance with the Best Practice statements. This section is not present for process related statements.

In this section it is noted whether the statement is Machine Testable Automated testing is possible or Human Testable Testing requires human assessment. Some Best Practices are partially machine testable, i. In such cases both a Machine Testable and a Human Testable statement are present.

Some Best Practice statements use words such as "minimize" and "avoid" which are intentionally non-prescriptive. This is in order to provide guidance while leaving room to accommodate a wide variety of applications whose requirements cannot be anticipated.

It also allows creativity and diversity within the same Best Practice framework. More prescriptive advice can be found in the Techniques document [Techniques].

Where appropriate, references to related WCAG points and other immediate references from the preceding text. This is a realization of the One Web see 3.

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Web sites may paginate their content in various ways corresponding to differences in device characteristics; therefore the navigation structure of the site, and possibly its technical realization, may vary according to the device class that is being served.

See also [WebArch] Section 3. A bookmark captured on one device should be usable on another, different type of device even if it does not yield exactly the same experience. If the page that was bookmarked is not appropriate for the device that is now using it, texto organize se, an alternative that is suitable should be provided. URIs may be decorated to provide session or other information. If a URI is decorated with session information that is no longer current, texto organize se, then the user should be directed to a point in the navigation hierarchy that is appropriate to their device, in order to establish appropriate session and other parameters.

While encouraging content providers to be sensitive to the needs of the Default Delivery Context, texto organize se, it is not intended that this will result in a diminished experience on more capable devices.

Develop sites that target the Default Delivery Context. In addition, where appropriate, use device capabilities to provide a better user experience on more capable devices. Just as in the desktop organize, there are browsers that do not respect the intentions of the content organize.

There are differences in interpretation between browsers and there are also deficiencies in implementation. By deficient read article mean non-support of mandatory features of a relevant standard or recommendation and other bugs or errors in texto. Because the software in mobile devices is frequently embedded in the device, there is no easy way texto correct or enhance it once it is in the field.

It is organize particular challenge to provide work-arounds for these deficiencies and differences in interpretation. It is recognized that content providers may need to violate specific Best Practices in order to support their intentions on organize that exhibit deficiencies organize implementation. If a device is not known to have specific limitations then content providers must comply with Best Practices. Just as it is not the intention to recommend a least common denominator organize, neither is it the intention to recommend texto features that exhibit problems on some class of devices.

It is also not the intention to suggest that content providers should restrict their support to certain device types. Content providers organize aim to support as wide a range of device types as is practical.

Any Web site should be tested in a range of browsers. Mobile browsers often show markedly different characteristics to desktop browsers.

As well as assessing a site's suitability for display in reduced format, content providers are encouraged to test that the features they rely on work in actual devices. Content providers should also test with specific features disabled, such as using text-only modes and with scripting disabled.

Many manufacturers provide emulators for their device that can provide a convenient preliminary means of testing. However, in practice, many of the emulators behave in a different way to the devices they emulate. Consequently testing should be carried out in as wide a range of real devices and specific software versions as is practical. Because of the limitations in display and of input mechanisms, the possible absence of a pointing device and other constraints of mobile devices, care should be exercised in defining the structure and the navigation model of a Web site.

However, typing a URI may in some cases be the only option available. By keeping site entry point URIs short it is possible to reduce the chance of error and provide a more satisfactory user experience. When accessing site entry points users should not have to enter a filename as part of the URI. If possible, configure Web sites so that they can be accessed without having to specify a sub-domain as part of the URI.

Provide basic navigation, which should be placed on the top of the page. Any other secondary navigational element may be placed at the bottom of the page if really needed.

It is important the users should be able to see page content once the page has loaded without scrolling see 5. The design should aim to provide a balance between having a large number of navigation links on a page and the need to navigate multiple links to reach content.

Scrolling a page when there are many links on it can be very cumbersome, as the scrolling action on many mobile devices selects each link in turn. On the other hand, each retrieval of a navigation page takes time and adds cost, so the number of links on a page should not be minimized at the expense of adding page retrievals.

Design the service so that frequently accessed information is easily reached with a minimum number of page retrievals. Navigation to less frequently accessed information may take more retrievals as a result. A guideline is that users become frustrated if it takes more than four retrievals to reach their objective. Whether this can be achieved depends on the nature of the site and, in particular, how items in menus group together to provide understandable themes.

Using the same navigation mechanisms across a service helps users orient themselves and allows them to identify navigation mechanisms more easily. Users of devices that do not have pointing devices have to scroll between hyperlinks using the keypad. Intelligent grouping, perhaps optimized through adaptation according to usage patterns, can assist usability.

A "drill-down" method, based on major headings, can often provide an effective means of navigation; because of the linearized arrangement of content, small screen size and lack of pointing device, it is often useful to provide a means to jump entire sections of content.

At each target of the drill-down navigation an "up" link should be provided to allow the user to jump up an entire section. This relates to WCAG Where there is no pointing device, assigning an access key keyboard short cut to a link can provide a convenient way for users to access the link and avoid navigating to the link by repeated pressing of the navigation key.

Provide the same access key for links that are repeated across pages such as links to the home page. Verify the presence of the accesskey attribute on links such as the home page. This relates to WCAG 9. Users of mobile devices may suffer undue delay and cost as a result of following links. It is important to identify where a link leads so users can make an assessment of whether following it will be of interest to them. While it is unlikely that the cost in monetary terms of a particular user following a particular link can be specified, it should be possible to give an idea of the size of the resource in bytes or in an abstract way, e.

Links to content that is in a different format or different language to that of the page the link is on i. However, bear in mind that some devices support the rendering of those formats by other applications once downloaded e.

Organize, users may wish to download content for later transfer to other devices altogether. So even if it is known that the user agent does not support a particular content type, that content should still be made available. Organize clear, concise, texto organize se, descriptive link texto to help users decide whether to follow a link. Identify the implications of following a link if the target is notably large and the user might not anticipate this from the context.

If present check whether there is information about the format of the organize of the link. Image maps allow fast navigation providing the requesting device can support the image involved and providing there is a means of navigating the map satisfactorily.

Texto, down, left, right and enter are available on pneumonia tratamento fisioterapeutico mobile devices, even if there is no pointing device.

This is usually sufficient to allow navigation of the active regions of client-side image maps where they are defined as geometric shapes. Many mobile devices lack a pointing device and server-side image maps cannot be used on such devices.

If only small images can be displayed, break larger images up into smaller sections and deal with them separately. For the Default Delivery Contextor if a satisfactory image map cannot be displayed, use a list of links with descriptive text instead.

Send a request to the site with a device that does not support client-side image maps and check the map element is not present. This relates to WCAG 1. Onde colocar a salada: Levantamento de recursos disponíveis: Envelope 1 1 cópia do exercício, 1 tesoura, 1 pedaço de papel e 1 pedaço de cartolina amarela.

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2 comentarios
  1. Laís:

    O que esses textos têm em comum do ponto vista formal? As noted above, the restrictions imposed by the keyboard and the screen typically require a different approach to page design than for desktop devices. Readers of this document are expected to be familiar with the creation of Web sites, and to have a general familiarity with the technologies involved, such as Web servers and HTTP.

  2. João Gabriel:

    Como base, apresentamos as seguintes definições:. Content providers should aim to support as wide a range of device types as is practical.