Below are the specific guidelines from the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, as published on Dec.16, 2019. As they change and are updated, we will revise this page.
G U I D E L I N E S
• 1.1.1 Is there an alternative for all 'non-text' content?
• 1.2.1 Have you provided alternatives for time-based media?
• 1.2.2 Have you provided captions for all prerecorded audio content?
• 1.2.3 Have you provided an audio description or media alternative for video content?
• 1.3.1 Is information, structure and relationships conveyed through mark-up correctly?
• 1.3.2 Can the correct reading sequence of the content be programmatically determined?
• 1.3.3 Do instructions for understanding and operating content avoid using shape, size, visual location, orientation or sounds?
• 1.4.1 Have you avoided the use of colour alone to convey information?
• 1.4.2 Is it possible to pause or stop automatically playing audio?
• 2.1.1 Is all content and functionality operable through a keyboard?
• 2.1.2 Is it possible to move keyboard focus away from all components that can receive it?
• 2.1.4 Is it possible to turn off keyboard shortcuts?
• 2.2.1 Can any time limits on content be turned off, adjusted, extended or last longer than 20 hours?
• 2.2.2 Can any moving, blinking, scrolling or auto-updating content be paused, stopped or hidden?
• 2.3.1 Is flashing content kept to a minimum e.g. content does not flash more than three times a second?
• 2.4.1 Is a mechanism for bypassing blocks of content available?
• 2.4.2 Do all web pages have a title that describes topic and purpose?
• 2.4.3 Does the focus order follow a logical path preserving meaning and operability?
• 2.4.4 Is the purpose of each link clear when read in context?
• 2.5.1 Can content be operated using simple inputs on a wide range of pointing devices?
WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?
Visit Web Content Accessibility Guidelines at https://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG/