Originally posted by MstrBob
It depends. When it comes to code validity, such as HTML and CSS, I leave links to the validators as a handy method of always being able to insure that my pages are valid. It keeps me on top of things. But when it comes down to saying, I'm WAI AAA conformant, that's something I'll mention, if I mention, on a specific page, not plastered on to my site like a "It's my Birthday!" sticker.
having an 'accessibility' page seems like a good idea to me- in human readable terms, letting people know the hows and whys of your site's accessibility. as for the validation buttons, my mind hasn't been changed. ctrl+shift+v, webdev toolbar>validation>validate css
Originally posted by Robert Wellock
Quite the contrary those who click upon the WAI Icons most likely don't know much about accessibility.
If you know about WAI it's unlikely you click upon the icons (since they all should lead to the W3C site as stated in the terms) it's more for those who don't know or would like to read further.
i understand what you're saying, but i think them being used like that is only applicable on webdev sites, and still only a select few will be actually saying 'hm, i wonder what this is- i'll just read all of this purely out of curiosity.'