Testing & RemediationHow to test: The WAVE scanner tool can be a good resource for testing this Success Criteria. Any place where there is content that is not text based, ensure that there is accurate, descriptive alternate text. How to remediate: There are a lot of ways to remediate issues related to this Success Criteria due to the vast number of situations that it applies to. Please view the W3C link above for details about each situation and the appropriate remediation techniques.
Questions and Answers
My site contains alot of artwork, graphics, and some photography. My question is whether or not I need to do anything if they don't meet requirements. Or do they get a pass?
Do logos need to follow the accessibility guidelines? Specifically color contrast, size, text, stuff like that.
As an example, let's suppose I want to write the following. 'The french word bonjour means hello in english.' My sites language is english, but I would like screen readers to know that 'bonjour' is written in french. Is that something I should even bother...
If I have a gif on a site that loops continuously. Is that okay or does it violated the 'can't have repeating flashing stuff' rule?
I've posted a video on youtube with lots of speaking, and some of the captions that are automatically generated by youtube aren't correct. How can I change them?
How do I add alternative text to describe background images? Or do I not need to worry about that?
I see a lot of WordPress websites (and websites in generally really) using sliders for images and information. I can see how it would be really easy to make an accessible slider. Are there any 'out of the box' accessible WordPress sliders?
When using the Wave Scanner to repair my website I saw the warning "Orphaned Form Label", with the description was “a form label is present but it is not correctly associated with a form control”. What is this?