Professional Web Accessibility Auditing Made Easy
Digital Education Strategies
Computers & Technology
Professional Web Accessibility Auditing Made Easy
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Digital accessibility skills are in high demand, as the world becomes more aware of barriers in digital content that prevent some people from participating in a digital society. These are essential skills for web developers, and essential knowledge for organizations that want to ensure their web content is reaching the broadest audience possible.

Title Page
Table Of Contents
Objectives and Activities
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Getting the Most Out of This Book
Why Learn about Web Accessibility Auditing?
Activity: Start Your Web Accessibility Auditing Toolkit
1. Aspects of Web Accessibility Auditing
1.1 Aspects of Web Accessibility Auditing
1.3 Types of Disabilities and Barriers
1.4 Common Sense
1.5 Things to Watch For
1.6 Automated Web Accessibility Testing
1.7 Manual Web Accessibility Testing
1.8 User Testing
1.9 Code Examination and Repair
1.10 ChromeVox Screen Reader
1.11 Activity: Experience Web Content From a Different Perspective
1.12 Self-Test 1
2. Introduction to WCAG 2.0
2.1 Introduction to WCAG 2.0
2.2 Objectives and Activities
2.3 The Evolution of Web Accessibility
2.4 WCAG 2.0 Principles
2.5 WCAG 2.0 Accessibility Conformance
2.6 10 Key Guidelines
2.7 WCAG 2.0 Web Auditing Review Template
2.8 Activity: WCAG Scavenger Hunt
2.9 Self-Test 2
3. Automated Testing Tools
3.1 Automated Testing Tools
3.2 Objectives and Activities
3.3 Limitations of Automated Web Accessibility Checkers
3.4 AChecker Web Accessibility Checker
3.5 WAVE Accessibility Evaluation Tool
3.6 Other Notable Accessibility Review Tools
3.7 Colour Contrast Evaluation
3.8 Readability Testing
3.9 Markup Validation
3.10 Activity: Compare AChecker and WAVE
3.11 Self-Test 3
4. Manual Testing Strategies
4.1 Manual Testing Strategies
4.2 Objectives and Activities
4.3 Tab Key Navigation Test
4.4 “Select All” Test
4.5 Code Examination and Repair
4.6 Media Review
4.7 Other Tools for Manual Testing
4.8 Activity: Chrome Tools
4.9 Self-Test 4
5. Assistive Technology Testing
5.1 Assistive Technology Testing
5.2 Objectives and Activities
5.3 Screen Reader Testing
5.4 Summary of Available Screen Readers
5.5 Other Assistive Technologies
5.6 Activity: Using ChromeVox to Find Accessibility Features
5.7 Self-Test 5
6. User Testing
6.1 User Testing
6.2 Objectives and Activities
6.3 Involving User Testers
6.4 Recruiting User Testers
6.5 Developing a Test Protocol
6.6 Recording Observations
6.7 Activity: Finding User Testers
6.8 Self-Test 6
7. Web Accessibility Reporting
7.1 Web Accessibility Reporting
7.2 Objectives and Activities
7.3 Choosing an Audit
7.4 Informal Reviews
7.5 Template Audit and Audit Walk-through
7.6 General Audits
7.7 Detailed Audits
7.8 Follow-Up Audits
7.9 Tour of an Audit Report
7.10 Activity: Lulu's Lollipops Informal Review
7.11 Self-Test 7
8. Other Accessibility Standards
8.1 Other Accessibility Standards
8.2 Objectives and Activities
8.3 WCAG 2.0 Relation to International Web Accessibility Guidelines
8.4 ATAG 2.0 – Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines
8.5 UAAG 2.0 – User Agent Accessibility Guidelines
8.6 ISO/IEC-24751 (AccessForAll)
8.7 Web Accessibility Initiative – Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA)
8.8 Activity: Web Accessibility in Your Part of the World
8.9 Self-Test 8
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