Success Criteria

How AllAccessible Addresses WCAG

AllAccessible is designed to comply with the applicable Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) accessibility standards to the maximum extent practicable. The application supports efforts to make electronic information products and web-based products accessible to everyone.

AllAccessible provides access, identification, and manipulation of user interface elements and assistive technology products such as screen readers or narrators. AllAccessible is designed to be highly configurable and provides many different ways for information to meet the specific requirements identified in the WCAG requirements.

The table below identifies all WCAG success criteria and how AllAccessible addresses each of them.

Principle 1 – Perceivable

Information and user interface components must be presentable to users in ways they can perceive.

Guideline 1.1 - Text Alternatives, Provide text alternatives for any non-text content so that it can be changed into other forms people need, such as large print, braille, speech, symbols or simpler language.
1.1.1
Non-text Content
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
Guideline 1.2 - Time-based Media
1.2.1
Audio-only and Video-only (Prerecorded)
N/A. Not required
N/A
1.2.2
Captions (Prerecorded)
N/A. Not required
N/A
1.2.3
Audio Description or Media Alternative (Prerecorded)
N/A. Not required
N/A
1.2.4
Captions (Live)
N/A. Not required
N/A
1.2.5
Audio Description (Prerecorded)
N/A. Not required
N/A
1.2.6
Sign Language (Prerecorded)
N/A. Not required
N/A
1.2.7
Extended Audio Description (Prerecorded)
N/A. Not required
N/A
1.2.8
Media Alternative (Prerecorded)
N/A. Not required
N/A
1.2.9
Audio-only (Live)
N/A. Not required
N/A
Guideline 1.3 - Adaptable, Create content that can be presented in different ways (for example simpler layout) without losing information or structure.
1.3.1
Info and Relationships
pageLinkTree
Satisfied
1.3.2
Meaningful Sequence
RoleSetter, Page Structure
Satisfied
1.3.4
Orientation
contentScaling
Satisfied
1.3.3
Sensory Characteristics
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
1.3.5
Identify Input Purpose
formAutofiller
Satisfied
Guideline 1.4 - Distinguishable, Make it easier for users to see and hear content including separating foreground from background.
1.3.6
Identify Purpose
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
1.4.1
Use of Color
actionInvertColors, actionLowSaturation
Satisfied
1.4.5
Images of Text
imageAltText
Satisfied
1.4.4
Resize text
actionTextMagnifier
Satisfied
1.4.3
Contrast (Minimum)
actionDarkContrast, actionLightContrast
Satisfied
1.4.2
Audio Control
actionMuteSounds
Satisfied
1.4.10
Reflow
actionContentScaling
Satisfied
1.4.9
Images of Text (No Exception)
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
1.4.8
Visual Presentation
actionLineHeight, actionFontSizing, actionTextColors, actionTitleColor,s actionBackgroundColors, actionAlignCenter, actionAlignLeft, actionAlignRight
Satisfied
1.4.7
Low or No Background Audio
actionMuteSounds
Satisfied
1.4.6
Contrast (Enhanced)
actionDarkContrast, actionLightContrast
Satisfied
1.4.13
Content on Hover or Focus
actionHighlightFocus, actionTextMagnifier
Satisfied
1.4.12
Text Spacing
actionLetterSpacing
Satisfied
1.4.11
Non-text Contrast
actionLightContrast, actionDarkContrast, actionLightContrast, actionHighContrast
Satisfied

Principle 2 – Operable

User interface components and navigation must be operable.

Guideline 2.1 - Keyboard Accessible, Make all functionality available from a keyboard.
2.1.1
Keyboard
Our Ai tool scan and adjusts the tabbing order of all page elements. This allows users to use the keyboard to navigate page content in the order it was intended.
Satisfied
2.1.2
No Keyboard Trap
Our Ai tool scan and adjusts the tabbing order of all page elements. This allows users to use the keyboard to navigate page content in the order it was intended.
Satisfied
2.1.3
Keyboard (No Exception)
actionKeyboardNavigation
Satisfied
2.1.4
Character Key Shortcuts
hotKeyHelper
Satisfied
Guideline 2.2 – Enough Time Provide users enough time to read and use content.
2.2.1
ELEMENT
pageLinkTree
Satisfied
2.2.2
Pause, Stop, Hide
Users with the Seizure Safe profile and/or animation disabling settings are provided with browsing experiences that do not display animations, blinks, flashing, etc. Additionally, our Ai Remediation tool will make necessary adjustments to prevent blink or marque elements from rendering.
Satisfied
2.2.3
ELEMENT
contentScaling
Satisfied
2.2.4
Interruptions
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
2.2.5
Re-authenticating
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
2.2.6
Timeouts
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
Guideline 2.3 - Seizures and Physical Reactions, Do not design content in a way that is known to cause seizures or physical reactions.
2.3.1
Three Flashes or Below Threshold
Users with the Seizure Safe profile and/or animation disabling settings are provided with browsing experiences that do not display animations, blinks, flashing, etc.
Satisfied
2.3.2
Three Flashes
Stop Animation, Mute Colors
Satisfied
2.3.3
Animation from Interactions
Stop Animation
Satisfied
Guideline 2.4 - Navigable, Provide ways to help users navigate, find content, and determine where they are.
2.4.1
Bypass Blocks
Our Ai tool generates assistive tabable links that are visible when navigating the site using the keyboard.
Satisfied
2.4.2
Page Titled
Our Ai Remediation tool verifies Page Titles and makes usability adjustments where needed.
Satisfied
2.4.3
Focus Order
Our keyboard navigation function scans all page elements and reorders their tab index to allow for sequential tabbing through the page.
Satisfied
2.4.4
Link Purpose (In Context)
While aggregating the page links to build the link tree list, we scan the link for aria, and title attributes. If these attributes do not exist, we populate them using the link text.
Satisfied
2.4.5
Multiple Ways
Our Ai tool Scans the page and aggregates all the links in and out of the page.
Satisfied
2.4.6
Headings and Labels
Our Ai Remediation tool verifies headings and labels and makes usability adjustments where needed.
Satisfied
2.4.7
Focus Visible
Users navigating the page with their keyboard will see a border highlighting the element they are focused on.
Satisfied
2.4.8
Location
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
2.4.9
Link Purpose (Link Only)
actionHighlightLinks
Satisfied
2.4.10
Section Headings
actionHighlightTitles
Satisfied
2.5.3
Label in Name
Our Ai tool assesses all elements on the page for screen reader compatibility and will adjust and/or create descriptions, titles, or labels when needed.
Satisfied
2.5.2
Pointer Cancellation
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
2.5.1
Pointer Gestures
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
Guideline 2.5 - Input Modalities, Make it easier for users to operate functionality through various inputs beyond keyboard.
2.5.5
Target Size
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
2.5.4
Motion Actuation
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
2.5.6
Concurrent Input Mechanisms
ELEMENTS
Satisfied

Principle 3 – Understandable

Information and the operation of the user interface must be understandable.

Guideline 3.1 - Readable, Make text content readable and understandable.
3.1.1
Language of Page
Our Ai tool checks the page code for the user's default language, if it doesn't exist, we use Ai logic to determine the users language.
Satisfied
3.1.2
Language of Parts
Our Accessibility widget includes a definition lookup that works with Meriam Webster's dictionaries to provide definition and pronunciation.
Satisfied
3.1.3
Unusual Words
onlineDictionary
Satisfied
3.1.4
Abbreviations
onlineDictionary
Satisfied
3.1.6
Pronunciation
onlineDictionary
Satisfied
3.1.5
Reading Level
onlineDictionary
Satisfied
Guideline 3.2 - Predictable, Make Web pages appear and operate in predictable ways.
3.2.1
On Focus
Our Accessibility Widget contains tools to enhance visibility of on page text through magnification and/or highlighting of focused content
Satisfied
3.2.2
On Input
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
3.2.3
Consistent Navigation
Our Ai tool generates assistive tabable links that are visible when navigating the site using the keyboard.
Satisfied
3.2.4
Consistent Identification
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
3.2.5
Change on Request
actionHighlightLinks
Satisfied
Guideline 3.3 - Input Assistance, Help users avoid and correct mistakes.
3.3.1
Error Identification
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
3.3.2
Labels or Instructions
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
3.3.3
Error Suggestion
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
3.3.5
Help
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
3.3.4
Error Prevention (Legal, Financial, Data
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
3.3.6
Error Prevention (All)
ELEMENTS
Satisfied

Principle 4 – Robust

Content must be robust enough that it can be interpreted by a wide variety of user agents, including assistive technologies.

Guideline 4.1 - Compatible, Maximize compatibility with current and future user agents, including assistive technologies.
4.1.1
Parsing
ELEMENTS
Satisfied
4.1.2
Name, Role, Value
Our AI tool assess all elements on the site and adjusts and/or creates descriptive text when needed.
Satisfied
4.1.3
Status Messages
Our Ai tool scans the page from top to bottom and verifies the use of proper role and landmark tags. Adjustments are made depending on the outcome of the scan. Elements are adjusted and/or created to accommodate successful remediation.
Satisfied