New Dutch accessibility law

The Dutch seem to have their internet accessibility laws well under control, and unlike the W3C, they seem to know what they’re doing:

As of 1 September last year, every website built for a government agency is required by law to use:
  • Use valid HTML 4.01 or XHTML 1.0 Strict.
  • Use CSS and semantic HTML and separation of structure and presentation.
  • Use the W3C DOM (instead of the old Microsoft document.all) when scripting.
  • Use meaningful values of class and id.
  • Use meaningful alt attributes on all images.

Department of Trade & Industry, do you hear that?

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