Re: On WCAG checklist

I personally think that such a rigid and HTML-centric checklist is a 
step backwards. It seems like an exhaustive list of checks and people 
may think they are really done when they have ticked all the boxes.


Alan Chuter wrote:
> Hi Anna,
> I wondered the same thing. The WCAG WG has not produced such a list, but 
> WebAIM have done one [1].
> best regards,
> Alan
> [1]
> escribió:
>> Dear EOWG,
>> I might have drowned in the ocean of WCAG 2.0 documentation so hope 
>> someone can resque me.
>> WCAG 1.0 has "Checklist of Checkpoints for Web Content Accessibility 
>> Guidelines 1.0" Apart 
>> from being a handy quick to read doc it also has the definition of 
>> priorities 1,2,3. This is what a company would need to read in order 
>> to understand how priorities translate to (disabled) user experience.
>> Where is the same material for WCAG 2.0?
>> WCAG 2.0 overview page has a link 
>> to A, AA, AAA and when I click on it I get to Understanding 
>> conformance document. OKAY, but where is the definition of A, AA, AAA. 
>> The doc says that for A one needs to implement all A SCs and so on. 
>> But I don't see a simple translation of A-AAA levels to user experience?
>> Does a checklist for WCAG 2.0 exist or do we only have How to Meet 
>> WCAG 2.0 document?
>> Br, Anna

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Received on Friday, 6 March 2009 10:17:27 UTC