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    Is there any way of setting up moodle to be compliant with the W3C standard? Just looking through Bectas Technical Instituation Infrastructure and it would need it?

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    Re: Moodle - W3C

    Moodle itself is valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional. However 3rd party themes and modules may produce content that isn't valid. Either don't use 3rd party themes and modules, report the problem to the relevant developer or fix them up yourself.

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    Re: Moodle - W3C

    Excellent we don't use third party themes or modules at present (I'm still setting it up lol).

    Is there any documentation that shows how you'd setup a site to allow screen reader or a text based version?

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