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Test accessibility Web

It is in: Beginning Information Logo TAW

Logo TAW

How to use it

The objective at the time of applying to the accessibility to a Web site must be that it reaches the greater possible level. As you know, to that we measured it level in relation to “You rule of Accessibility for Content Web” WCAG 1,0 of WAI-W3C of the following form:

  • 1,0 WCAG A. Fulfill all the traffic control points of priority 1
  • WCAG 1,0 AA. It fulfills all the traffic control points of priority 1 and 2
  • 1,0 WCAG AAA. It fulfills all the traffic control points of priority 1.2 and 3

The verifications that TAW realizes in the analysis divide in two categories:

  • Automatic. Problems of accessibility that the tool detects by itself and that they must be solved.
  • Manuals. The tool indicates the existence of a possible problem that evaluador/a must confirm or discard.

    It remembers. You must always verify the possible problems manuals of the page. It is not sufficient with the automatic verification. Of thus not doing it, the result will not be been worth.

Incorporating logo TAW.

You wish if it, you can put in your Web site the logo that it indicates that you have validated the accessibility with TAW and the reached degree. One by each level of accessibility exists (To, it doubles and to triple A) and you can choose like logo the alternative that you like more (CSS, small great and graphical graph).

It is not demanded, but we are thankful that I connect the icon to the page Web of the TAW (http://www.browserlab.org).

Level WAI-A
You obtain the level logo To when automatic problems of level 1 do not exist and all the problems discard manuals of this priority.
Level WAI-AA
This level is obtained when automatic problems of priority 1 and 2 do not exist and have discarded the problems manuals indicated in these priorities.
  • CSS: Ver code
  • Graph:TAW. Level double A. WCAG 1,0 WAI
  • Graph:TAW. Level double A. WCAG 1,0 WAI
Level WAI-AAA
This level is obtained when automatic problems nor manuals of any priority do not exist.

 

Marked of the logo

(X) HTML

> <span class= " tawlogo "
<acronym title= " Test of accessibility Web version 3 " >
they t<span style= " color: RGB (255, 0, 0); “>.</span>
they a<span style= " color: RGB (220, 131, 16); “>.</span>
they w<span style= " color: RGB (0, 170, 0); “>.</span><sup>3</sup></acronym>
><abbr <span class= " tnivel " title= " Level To - WCAG 1,0 WAI " >A</abbr></span></span>

CSS

/*------------(CSS LOGO TAW)------------*

.tawlogo {
font-family: arial, sans-serif;
to border: 1px solid #555;
vertical-align: 0.3em;
font-weight: bold;
color: #fff;
font-size: 0.9em;
background-color: #555;
padding: 0;
}

.tawlogo .tnivel {
padding: 0 0.4em;
border-bottom: 0px;
background-color: #555;
color: #fff;
font-size: 0.8em;
}

.tawlogo abbr {
border-bottom: 0px;
}

.tawlogo acronym {
border-bottom: 0px;
padding: 0 0.3em;
background-color: #fff;
color: #000;
}

.tawlogo sup {
padding: 0em;
vertical-align: 0.6em;
font-size: 0.6em;
}
/*------------(CSS LOGO TAW)------------*


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