Questions tagged [wcag]

WCAG is a set of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines created by the World Wide Web Consortium as part of their Web Accessibility Initiative.

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Parallax effect on a webpage - SEO and accessibility

WCAG 2.1 has some guidelines and success criteria on animation and I've been able to read some articles that mention parallax, but were not able to detect clear instructions on how to make the ...
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Do I need to provide an accessible label for a link whose meaning cannot be derived from its content?

For example, let's say I have a link whose text, by itself, doesn't do a great job of explaining its meaning: <div>To complete your transaction, please click <a href="#">here<a>.<...
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Do we need to specifically support old browsers to be WCAG compliant or is following the robust principle enough?

I understand WCAG is technology agnostic, so it doesn't specify which browsers, devices, and operating systems that a website needs to be accessible on. However, our site isn't responsive on certain ...
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Understanding the web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG): alternative for audio sample of musical instrument?

Guideline 1.2.1 of WCAG says: Audio-only and Video-only (Prerecorded) (Level A) For prerecorded audio-only and prerecorded video-only media, the following are true, except when the audio or ...