WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)

WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)

WCAG2.2 #

What’s New in WCAG 2.2 Draft

Changes from WCAG 2.1 to WCAG 2.2

New WCAG 2.2 features rated – Eric Eggert reviews and rates them.

Understanding Success Criterion 3.3.8: Accessible Authentication (No Exception)

Success Criterion 3.3.8 Accessible Authentication (No Exception) (Level AAA): A cognitive function test (such as remembering a password or solving a puzzle) is not required for any step in an authentication process unless that step provides at least one of the following: Alternative: Another authentication method that does not rely on a cognitive function test. Mechanism: A mechanism is available to assist the user in completing the cognitive function test.

WCAG2.1 #


Section 508 #

Justice Department Releases First Federal Web Accessibility Compliance Report in a Decade

WCAG 3.0 #

WCAG 3 Introduction WCAG 3 is currently an incomplete draft. It is intended to develop into a W3C Standard in a few years

WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)

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