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Web Accessibility Checklist for AWG

 
Q: Do images have alternative text?
A: More about Making Images Accessible
Q: Does video have captions and does audio have a transcript?
A: More about Producing Accessible Multimedia
Q: Does the web page or document include headings, lists, ARIA landmarks, and other semantic elements to communicate document structure (resource also mentions tables)?
A: More about Providing Structure in Web Pages and Documents
Q: Is the tab order and read order logical and intuitive?
A: More about Ensuring Proper Tab and Read Order for HTML and PDF documents
Q: Do form fields within web pages and documents have appropriately coded labels and prompts?
A: More about Creating Accessible Forms
Q: Have you avoided using visual characteristics to communicate information (e.g., "click the circle on the right" or "required fields are in red")?
A: More about Avoiding Reliance on Visual Characteristics
Q: Does the interface have sufficient contrast between text color and background color?
A: More about Providing Sufficient Color Contrast
Q: Does the content scale well when text is enlarged up to 200 percent?
A: More about Supporting Enlarged Text
Q: Do pages that have time limits include mechanisms for adjusting those limits for users who need more time?
A: More about Providing Accessible Time Limits
Q: Have you avoided using content that flashes or flickers?
A: More about Avoiding Flashing or Flickering Content
Q: Does the web page or document have a title that describes its topic or purpose?
A: More about Providing an Informative Title
Q: Is link text meaningful, independent of context?
A: More about Using Meaningful Link Text
Q: Has the language of the web page or document (or individual parts of a multilingual document) been defined?
A: More about Identifying Language of a Document and its Parts
 

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