Accessibility Standard: WCAG 2.0

WCAG 2.0 was published in 2008, and covers a wide range of recommendations for making web content more accessible. It covers a wider range of disabilities than WCAG 1.0 including: blindness and low vision, deafness and hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, speech disabilities, photosensitivity and combinations of these.

Rules

This section lists the 118 rules covering 39 checkpoints for WCAG 2.0 supported by the current version of the product.

1.1 Text Alternatives

1.1.1 A Non-text Content - 21 rules

1.2 Time Based Media

1.2.1 A Audio-only and Video-only (Prerecorded) - 1 rule

1.2.2 A Captions (Prerecorded) - No rules

1.2.3 A Audio Description or Media Alternative (Prerecorded) - No rules

1.2.4 AA Captions (Live) - No rules

1.2.5 AA Audio Description (Prerecorded) - No rules

1.2.6 AAA Sign Language (Prerecorded) - No rules

1.2.7 AAA Extended Audio Description (Prerecorded) - No rules

1.2.8 AAA Media Alternative (Prerecorded) - No rules

1.2.9 AAA Audio-only (Live) - No rules

1.3 Adaptable

1.3.1 A Info and Relationships - 23 rules

1.3.2 A Meaningful Sequence - 4 rules

1.3.3 A Sensory Characteristics - 1 rule

1.4 Distinguishable

1.4.1 A Use of Color - 3 rules

1.4.2 A Audio Control - 2 rules

1.4.3 AA Contrast (Minimum) - 2 rules

1.4.4 AA Resize Text - 3 rules

1.4.5 AA Images of Text - 1 rule

1.4.6 AAA Contrast (Enhanced) - 2 rules

1.4.7 AAA Low or No Background Audio - No rules

1.4.8 AAA Visual Presentation - 2 rules

1.4.9 AAA Images of Text (No Exception) - 1 rule

2.1 Keyboard Accessible

2.1.1 A Keyboard - 14 rules

2.1.2 A No Keyboard Trap - No rules

2.1.3 AAA Keyboard (No Exception) - 14 rules

2.2 Enough Time

2.2.1 A Timing Adjustable - 3 rules

2.2.2 A Pause, Stop, Hide - 6 rules

2.2.3 AAA No Timing - No rules

2.2.4 AAA Interruptions - 2 rules

2.2.5 AAA Re-authenticating - No rules

2.3 Seizures

2.3.1 A Three Flashes or Below Threshold - 1 rule

2.3.2 AAA Three Flashes - 1 rule

2.4 Navigable

2.4.1 A Bypass Blocks - 3 rules

2.4.2 A Page Titled - 4 rules

2.4.3 A Focus Order - 1 rule

2.4.4 A Link Purpose (In Context) - 4 rules

2.4.5 AA Multiple Ways - 1 rule

2.4.6 AA Headings and Labels - 4 rules

2.4.7 AA Focus Visible - 2 rules

2.4.8 AAA Location - No rules

2.4.9 AAA Link Purpose (Link Only) - 4 rules

2.4.10 AAA Section Headings - 1 rule

3.1 Readable

3.1.1 A Language of Page - 1 rule

3.1.2 AA Language of Parts - 1 rule

3.1.3 AAA Unusual Words - No rules

3.1.4 AAA Abbreviations - 1 rule

3.1.5 AAA Reading Level - 1 rule

3.1.6 AAA Pronunciation - No rules

3.2 Predictable

3.2.1 A On Focus - 2 rules

3.2.2 A On Input - 3 rules

3.2.3 AA Consistent Navigation - No rules

3.2.4 AA Consistent Identification - No rules

3.2.5 AAA Change on Request - 8 rules

3.3 Input Assistance

3.3.1 A Error Identification - No rules

3.3.2 A Labels or Instructions - 2 rules

3.3.3 AA Error Suggestion - No rules

3.3.4 AA Error Prevention (Legal, Financial, Data) - No rules

3.3.5 AAA Help - No rules

3.3.6 AAA Error Prevention (All) - No rules

4.1 Robust

4.1.1 A Parsing - 2 rules

4.1.2 A Name, Role, Value - 13 rules