Government websites must comply with web accessibility guidelines, based on WCAG 1, Level A
Government websites must comply with web accessibility guidelines, based on WCAG 2, Level AA
EN 334 768: "Accessibility requirements European WCAG Uniform standard
Yes, since 2015
No, but it will be with new EU regulations
Depends on your location
Web content can be accessed on different devices, including through assistive technology.
The web content output is available in different sensory ways (sight, sound, touch).
The web content input methods are available through different input devices (keyboard, mouse, speech recognition, etc.).
Web content and interfaces are understandable.
Perfect, Outstanding, UX-proof and Radically new.
Have a great look and feel, Have smooth scrolling, Have readable text and Have not too many objects inside the viewport
Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust
Programmatically correct, Ordered, Usable and Readable
Flash objects cannot deal with the arrow keys
Only pro users know how to work around the keyboard flaws in Flash, in contradiction to beginner users, the so called Flash Lights.
Flash objects only respond to combinations of the ctrl-key with a number of other keys.
Flash objects have a tendency to trap the keyboard focus once the user tabs into the objects.
Principles, Success Criteria, Guidelines
Success Criteria, Principles, Guidelines
Principles, Guidelines, Success Criteria
Success Criteria, Guidelines, Principles
14 guidelines, 39 success criteria
13 guidelines, 40 success criteria
12 guidelines, 38 success criteria
16 guidelines, 36 success criteria