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5.3.1 and 5.3.2 Intents and Examples (from f2f)

From: Markku Hakkinen <markku.hakkinen@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 15:07:50 -0600
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5.3.1 Accessible Format: At least one version of the documentation is
either (Level A):

(a) "A" accessible: Web content and conforms to WCAG 2.0 Level "A"
(although it is not necessary for the documentation to be delivered
on-line), or,

(b) accessible platform format: not Web content and conforms to a
published accessibility benchmark that is identified in the
conformance claim (e.g., when platform-specific documentation systems
are used).

Intent of Success Criterion 5.3.1:

User agents will provide documentation in a format that is accessible.
If provided as Web content, it must conform to WCAG 2.0 Level "A" and
if not provided as Web content, it must be in conformance to a
published accessibility benchmark and identified in any conformance
claim for the user agent. This benefits all users who utilize
assistive technology or accessible formats.

Examples of Success Criterion 5.3.1

A user agent installs user documentation in HTML format conforming to
WCAG 2.0 Level "A". This documentation is viewed within the user agent
and is accessible in accordance with the conformance of the user agent
to UAAG 2.0.

A user agent provides documentation in HTML format conforming to WCAG
2.0 Level "AA" and is available online. In addition, the user agent
provides user documentation in a locally installed digital talking
book content format in conformance with a recognized, published
format.


5.3.2 Document Accessibility Features: All user agent features that
benefit accessibility @@DEFINE - as specified in the conformance
claim@@ are documented. (Level A)

Intent of Success Criterion 5.3.2:

User agent documentation that includes listings and descriptions of
features supporting or benefitting accessibility permits users to have
access to a description of accessibility and compatibility features.
This benefits all users with disabilities who may require assistance
in identifying which accessibility features may be present or how to
configure those features to work with assistive technology.

Examples of Success Criterion 5.3.2:

In a section entitled "Browser Features Supporting Accessibility", a
vendor provides a detailed description of user agent features which
provide accessibility, describing how they function, and listing any
supported third party assistive technologies that may be supported or
required.
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