Web Accessibility Standards 2017

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Standards for Organizations Around the World

tive to make the Web more accessible for persons with disabilities, which is a critically important D&I goal. As this 2017 GDIB goes to press, and while we have designed this edition of GDIB with accessibility in mind, we still have some work to do. For that reason and for further accommodation please request an alternate format edition by

PCC Web Accessibility Guidelines

Web Accessibility Adhering to web accessibility guidelines while developing your online course will benefit all students, including those with visual, hearing, mobility and learning disabilities. PCC Web Accessibility Guidelines The PCC Accessibility Guidelines for Online Course Content, developed in 2011 and implemented in 2012, are based on

An Introduction to Web Accessibility

Competing Standards in the U.S. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) WCAG 1.0 published in 1999 WCAG 2.0 published in 2008 Three conformance levels (A, AA, AAA) Section 508 Different set of guidelines from WCAG Applicable to agencies that receive federal funding

2017 Accessibility Refresh Fact Sheet

2017 Accessibility Refresh Fact Sheet The 2017 Refresh Jan. 18, 2017, the Access Board published a final rule updating accessibility requirements for information and communication technology covered by The Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The rule updates and reorganizes standards and guidelines in response to market trends and innovations. The

The City of New York Web Accessibility Report

Jun 30, 2017 The City of New York Web Accessibility Report June 30, 2017 Abstract: This report analyzes the state of accessibility of websites managed by or on behalf of the City of New York. The analysis is based on the City of New York Accessibility Scoring Methodology which is derived from WCAG 2.0 Level AA standards.

Baseline Tests for Software and Web Accessibility

Baseline Tests for Software & Web Accessibility Page 4 Introduction Baseline tests This document contains accessibility design requirements and validation tests for software and Web accessibility. These tests are for measuring compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (29 U.S.C. 794d) 1.