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[Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search Configuration

Maura Horan mhoran at tcd.ie
Mon Jul 24 09:36:09 IST 2006


Hi Colm,

Thanks for the mail.  We haven't had a chance to look at the Google 
config yet, but will be in contact offlist.

Best Regards
Maura.


>
> Hi Maura/Paul,
>
> The frontend of both the Google Search Appliance and the Google Mini  
> are controlled by an XSLT which transforms the XML output from the  
> Appliance to whatever standards is required, no proprietary tags or  
> otherwise need be used.
>
> I've done this for a number of clients, and the output is very clean,  
> and validates to either HTML standards both XHTML strict and HTML  
> strict.
>
> Unlike a number of other search engines which use 'tags' and various  
> placeholders the entire XML and XSLT is available to administrators  
> of the Appliance.
>
> You could also use some middleware to take the XML output and  
> transform it to whatever meets your requirements.
>
> As for site search in general, the big selling point for the Google  
> Enterprise products is the fact that it's Google search for your own  
> site/intranet/fileshare. One of the appliances can literally be setup  
> and indexing your content within 30 minutes - using the simple but  
> powerful web-based interface that's provided by the Appliance.
>
> If you're interested in the Google for Enterprise appliances, contact  
> me offlist and I'll send you on some information.
>
> All the best,
>
> Colm
>
>
>
>
>
> On 21 Jul 2006, at 12:50, Paul Walsh wrote:
>
>> Hi Colm,
>>
>> Would you send us some of that info too please? :) MIVA have  offered 
>> to give
>> us a free search tool for our site but I'd like to compare the two.
>>
>> Many thanks
>> Paul
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>> [mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie] On Behalf Of Colm McBarron
>> Sent: 21 July 2006 12:41
>> To: irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>> Subject: Re: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search
>>
>> Hi Maura,
>>
>> I've implemented a number of both the Google Search Appliances and
>> Google Mini's for a number of clients - and found that we could
>> customise the frontend HTML to whatever we wanted, even changing the
>> textbox's name and title to make it as accessible as possible.
>>
>> Let me know if you'd like any help customising it and I can send you
>> some useful information.
>>
>> All the best,
>>
>> Colm
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> ===========================================
>> Colm  McBarron
>> Technical Analyst
>> iQ Content Ltd
>> Usability | Accessibility | Content | Training
>> http://www.iqcontent.com
>>
>> Tel: +353 1 817 0768
>> Mobile: +353 87 917 5706
>> Email: colm.mcbarron at iqcontent.com
>> Blog: http://www.iqcontent.com/blog
>> ===========================================
>>
>>
>> On 21 Jul 2006, at 11:42, Maura Horan wrote:
>>
>>> Hello everyone,
>>>
>>> I've recently joined this mailing list and currently work as a
>>> Project Manager/Senior Designer in the Trinity Web Office and have
>>> been researching Web Accessibility for a few years :)  Just thought
>>> I'd reply to this one as I had a request lately to check and see if
>>> our new Google Appliance is accessible.  I ran it by a JAWS user
>>> and here was the comment back ..
>>>
>>>
>>> "It's fine, google usually is good.  The only different thing is
>>> that instead of saying "text box"  or "google search edit" as it
>>> usually does, it says "appliance edit", which made me jump over it
>>> before realising that that was the box to put in the search words."
>>>
>>> Hope this is helpful.
>>>
>>> Maura.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------- -
>>>> ---
>>>>
>>>> Subject:
>>>> [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>> From:
>>>> Barry McMullin <mcmullin at eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Thu, 20 Jul 2006 12:02:43 +0100 (IST)
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> CC:
>>>> mcmullin at eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi -
>>>>
>>>> One of my former students (Robin Blandford) just tipped me off to
>>>> this more (?) accessible version of google:
>>>>
>>>> <http://labs.google.com/accessible/>
>>>>
>>>> I have not examined it carefully; and it's clearly experimental
>>>> (the "Accessible Search FAQ" link is dead for example), but
>>>> thought I would pass it on anyway to see what people think of it.
>>>>
>>>> Best - Barry.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------- -
>>>> ---
>>>>
>>>> Subject:
>>>> RE: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>> From:
>>>> "Paul Walsh" <paul at segala.com>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Thu, 20 Jul 2006 12:20:19 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> It's damaging to continue talking about accessibility as if it's
>>>> just for
>>>> the blind/visually impaired! I wish people would start to use
>>>> different use
>>>> cases and benefits.
>>>>
>>>> Fingers crossed that Google embrace content labelling to help
>>>> highlight
>>>> sites that are labelled as accessible...
>>>>
>>>> Paul
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> [mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie] On Behalf Of Barry McMullin
>>>> Sent: 20 July 2006 12:03
>>>> To: irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Cc: mcmullin at eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Subject: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>>
>>>> Hi -
>>>>
>>>> One of my former students (Robin Blandford) just tipped me off to
>>>> this more (?) accessible version of google:
>>>>
>>>> <http://labs.google.com/accessible/>
>>>>
>>>> I have not examined it carefully; and it's clearly experimental
>>>> (the "Accessible Search FAQ" link is dead for example), but
>>>> thought I would pass it on anyway to see what people think of it.
>>>>
>>>> Best - Barry.
>>>>
>>>> _______________________________________________
>>>> Irl-dean mailing list
>>>> Irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> http://list.eeng.dcu.ie/mailman/listinfo/irl-dean
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------- -
>>>> ---
>>>>
>>>> Subject:
>>>> RE: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>> From:
>>>> "Tim Culhane" <tim.culhane at criticalpath.net>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Thu, 20 Jul 2006 12:21:57 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Haven't had a look at the accessible site,  but  I never  thought of
>>>> google.com as been inaccessible?
>>>>
>>>> Tim
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> [mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie] On Behalf Of Barry McMullin
>>>> Sent: 20 July 2006 12:03
>>>> To: irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Cc: mcmullin at eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Subject: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi -
>>>>
>>>> One of my former students (Robin Blandford) just tipped me off to
>>>> this more
>>>> (?) accessible version of google:
>>>>
>>>> <http://labs.google.com/accessible/>
>>>>
>>>> I have not examined it carefully; and it's clearly experimental (the
>>>> "Accessible Search FAQ" link is dead for example), but thought I
>>>> would pass
>>>> it on anyway to see what people think of it.
>>>>
>>>> Best - Barry.
>>>>
>>>> _______________________________________________
>>>> Irl-dean mailing list
>>>> Irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie http://list.eeng.dcu.ie/mailman/listinfo/
>>>> irl-dean
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------- -
>>>> ---
>>>>
>>>> Subject:
>>>> RE: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>> From:
>>>> Hugh O'Neill <honeill at crc.ie>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Thu, 20 Jul 2006 12:29:20 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> "irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie" <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> "irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie" <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi Tim,
>>>>
>>>> Here is an article online about it:
>>>> http://news.com.com/2100-1032_3-6096169.html?
>>>> part=rss&tag=6096169&subj=news
>>>> It looks as if it aims to find sites that work with blind people's
>>>> text to speech software.
>>>> Hugh
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> [mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie]On Behalf Of Tim Culhane
>>>> Sent: 20 July 2006 12:22
>>>> To: irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Subject: RE: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>> Importance: Low
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Haven't had a look at the accessible site,  but  I never  thought of
>>>> google.com as been inaccessible?
>>>>
>>>> Tim
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> [mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie] On Behalf Of Barry McMullin
>>>> Sent: 20 July 2006 12:03
>>>> To: irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Cc: mcmullin at eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Subject: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi -
>>>>
>>>> One of my former students (Robin Blandford) just tipped me off to
>>>> this more
>>>> (?) accessible version of google:
>>>>
>>>> <http://labs.google.com/accessible/>
>>>>
>>>> I have not examined it carefully; and it's clearly experimental (the
>>>> "Accessible Search FAQ" link is dead for example), but thought I
>>>> would pass
>>>> it on anyway to see what people think of it.
>>>>
>>>> Best - Barry.
>>>>
>>>> _______________________________________________
>>>> Irl-dean mailing list
>>>> Irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie http://list.eeng.dcu.ie/mailman/listinfo/
>>>> irl-dean
>>>>
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>>>> Subject:
>>>> [Irl-dean] RE: Introduction & Request for Research Input
>>>> From:
>>>> corrywt at cs.tcd.ie
>>>> Date:
>>>> Thu, 20 Jul 2006 13:22:32 +0100 (IST)
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> I'm sure that  the site hosting the survey generates the forms
>>>>> automatically, and you may have no control over the construction
>>>>> of the
>>>>> forms.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Yes, unfortunately, since it generates the forms automatically, I
>>>> didn't
>>>> have control over it.  I must admit that I made an assumption that
>>>> the
>>>> form would degrade more elegantly.  I have to apologise for my
>>>> error - I
>>>> will re-post with a new version of the survey that I will code
>>>> myself to
>>>> ensure improved accessibility.
>>>>
>>>> Thank you all for your patience!
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Tristan
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------- -
>>>> ---
>>>>
>>>> Subject:
>>>> RE: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>> From:
>>>> "Tim Culhane" <tim.culhane at criticalpath.net>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Thu, 20 Jul 2006 13:34:24 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Might be a nice idea, but to be honest I'd like to make my own
>>>> decisions as
>>>> to what I find accessible or not, rather than have google filter the
>>>> content.
>>>>
>>>> Tim
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> [mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie] On Behalf Of Hugh O'Neill
>>>> Sent: 20 July 2006 12:29
>>>> To: irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Subject: RE: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi Tim,
>>>>
>>>> Here is an article online about it:
>>>> http://news.com.com/2100-1032_3-6096169.html?
>>>> part=rss&tag=6096169&subj=news
>>>> It looks as if it aims to find sites that work with blind people's
>>>> text to
>>>> speech software.
>>>> Hugh
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> [mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie]On Behalf Of Tim Culhane
>>>> Sent: 20 July 2006 12:22
>>>> To: irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Subject: RE: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>> Importance: Low
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Haven't had a look at the accessible site,  but  I never  thought of
>>>> google.com as been inaccessible?
>>>>
>>>> Tim
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> [mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie] On Behalf Of Barry McMullin
>>>> Sent: 20 July 2006 12:03
>>>> To: irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Cc: mcmullin at eeng.dcu.ie
>>>> Subject: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi -
>>>>
>>>> One of my former students (Robin Blandford) just tipped me off to
>>>> this more
>>>> (?) accessible version of google:
>>>>
>>>> <http://labs.google.com/accessible/>
>>>>
>>>> I have not examined it carefully; and it's clearly experimental (the
>>>> "Accessible Search FAQ" link is dead for example), but thought I
>>>> would pass
>>>> it on anyway to see what people think of it.
>>>>
>>>> Best - Barry.
>>>>
>>>> _______________________________________________
>>>> Irl-dean mailing list
>>>> Irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie http://list.eeng.dcu.ie/mailman/listinfo/
>>>> irl-dean
>>>>
>>>>
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>>>> Subject:
>>>> Re: [Irl-dean] Introduction & Request for Research Input
>>>> From:
>>>> drice at nda.ie
>>>> Date:
>>>> Thu, 20 Jul 2006 13:50:26 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Trsitan, welcome to the mailing list.
>>>>
>>>>> As part of my Masters, I am completing a dissertation on the
>>>>
>>>> topic of "The
>>>>
>>>>> Business Case for Web Accessibility", supervised by Alexis
>>>>
>>>> Donnelly.
>>>> I am sure we are all well aware of the oft cited motivators for
>>>> accessibility; legislation, maintenance, SEO, reputation, forward
>>>> compatibility etc.   I have never come across a case where
>>>> improving the accessibility of a website was directly linked to
>>>> profitability.  If such data were available it could prove to be a
>>>> great incentive for many companies to consider accessibility and
>>>> would undoubtedly assist many members of this mailing list in
>>>> presenting the case for accessibility in more reluctant circles
>>>> (smile)
>>>>
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>>>> Subject:
>>>> [Irl-dean] Introduction
>>>> From:
>>>> "Diarmad McNally" <diarmad at ixdstudio.com>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Fri, 21 Jul 2006 05:16:39 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> <irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hello everyone,
>>>>
>>>> I've recently joined the mailing list and after reading the last
>>>> few mails
>>>> regarding accessibility, it seems full of strong and informed
>>>> opinions which
>>>> is great to see.
>>>>
>>>> I've been living in London for the past 8 years but intend on
>>>> returning to
>>>> Dublin in the near future. Originally a developer, I moved towards
>>>> interface
>>>> design and usability which led to an MSc in Human-Computer
>>>> Interaction here:
>>>> www.uclic.ucl.ac.uk/
>>>>
>>>> I've worked with several of the top new media agencies here and
>>>> for clients
>>>> including O2, British Telecom, Microsoft and the Financial Services
>>>> Authority.
>>>>
>>>> Please feel free to contact me and I hope that when back in
>>>> Ireland I can
>>>> contribute to the community.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Diarmad McNally
>>>>
>>>> Interaction Design Studio
>>>> www.ixdstudio.com
>>>> Phone: +44 (0)7808 297289
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------- -
>>>> ---
>>>>
>>>> Subject:
>>>> Re: [Irl-dean] Accessible Google Search?
>>>> From:
>>>> Mark Magennis <Mark.magennis at ncbi.ie>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Fri, 21 Jul 2006 09:52:26 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 20 Jul 2006, at 12:20, Paul Walsh wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> It's damaging to continue talking about accessibility as if it's
>>>>> just for
>>>>> the blind/visually impaired! I wish people would start to use
>>>>> different use
>>>>> cases and benefits.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> It's also damaging to reduce the functionality for the "special
>>>> version". There is no link to Advanced Search or Preferences and
>>>> no  spell check.
>>>>
>>>> Although this is work in progress, it currently reinforces the
>>>> incorrect and damaging idea that accessibility is about providing
>>>> special adaptations for people with vision impairment and
>>>> necessarily  means simplifying it by getting rid of functionality
>>>> and aesthetics.  Hopefully this is just work in progress.
>>>>
>>>> Mark
>>>>
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>>>> Subject:
>>>> Re: [Irl-dean] Introduction
>>>> From:
>>>> Mark Magennis <Mark.magennis at ncbi.ie>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Fri, 21 Jul 2006 09:56:02 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Welcome to the list Diarmad. Always good to have people in the
>>>> accessibility community with user interface design skills.
>>>>
>>>> Mark
>>>>
>>>> On 21 Jul 2006, at 05:16, Diarmad McNally wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Hello everyone,
>>>>>
>>>>> I've recently joined the mailing list and after reading the last
>>>>> few mails
>>>>> regarding accessibility, it seems full of strong and informed
>>>>> opinions which
>>>>> is great to see.
>>>>>
>>>>> I've been living in London for the past 8 years but intend on
>>>>> returning to
>>>>> Dublin in the near future. Originally a developer, I moved
>>>>> towards  interface
>>>>> design and usability which led to an MSc in Human-Computer
>>>>> Interaction here:
>>>>> www.uclic.ucl.ac.uk/
>>>>>
>>>>> I've worked with several of the top new media agencies here and
>>>>> for  clients
>>>>> including O2, British Telecom, Microsoft and the Financial Services
>>>>> Authority.
>>>>>
>>>>> Please feel free to contact me and I hope that when back in
>>>>> Ireland  I can
>>>>> contribute to the community.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Diarmad McNally
>>>>>
>>>>> Interaction Design Studio
>>>>> www.ixdstudio.com
>>>>> Phone: +44 (0)7808 297289
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
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>>>>> Irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>> http://list.eeng.dcu.ie/mailman/listinfo/irl-dean
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Dr. Mark Magennis
>>>> Director of the Centre for Inclusive Technology (CFIT)
>>>> National Council for the Blind of Ireland
>>>> Whitworth Road, Dublin 9, Republic of Ireland
>>>> www.cfit.ie
>>>>
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>>>> Subject:
>>>> Re: [Irl-dean] RE: Introduction & Request for Research Input
>>>> From:
>>>> "Fiachra O Marcaigh" <fomsubs at gmail.com>
>>>> Date:
>>>> Fri, 21 Jul 2006 11:29:12 +0100
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>> To:
>>>> irl-dean at list.eeng.dcu.ie
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Tristan,
>>>>
>>>> Welcome to the list. I look forward to completing the survey
>>>> whenever you have the new version available.
>>>>
>>>>  - Fiachra
>>>>
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