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What do you need to do to ensure that users can resize the text on your web page? A quick look at WCAG's "How to meet 1.4.4 (Resize Text)" suggests that relying on browsers' page zoom is sufficient. So far, failure F69 has given us reason also to require text-only resizing to work. Now WCAG WG has announced an overhaul of F69.
[more] zu: Interpreting WCAG 2.0 - Text resizing: Why page zoom is not good enough - or is it? (update September 2014)
When videos of talking heads (like news reporters or politicians) are posted on websites conforming to WCAG 2.0, do they always require captions?
[more] zu: Interpreting WCAG 2.0 - Does a 'talking head' video need captions?
The mapping excercise between tests in WCAG 2.0 techniques and the new BITV-Test (to all intents and purposes, a German WCAG test) has now been completed.
[more] zu: Test development - Mapping WCAG techniques to German WCAG-Test (BITV-Test) now complete
WCAG 2.0 has hundreds of Techniques and Failures. Many contain at their end Tests with a single step-by-step Procedure and Expected Results. To make sure that BIK's WCAG-Test (under preparation) can claim equivalence to the tests in WCAG 2.0 Techniques and Failures, a mapping excercise is currently being conducted.
[more] zu: Test development - Mapping tests in WCAG 2.0 Techniques and Failures onto the WCAG-Test
What is the current state of web accessibility testing approaches applied across Europe? We sent seventeen questions to a number of organisations running accessibility tests. Here are their replies.
[more] zu: Testing methodologies - A snapshot review of web accessibility testing approaches in Europe (update 1 June 2010)
How does the German BITV-Test compare to other accessibility evaluation approaches in Europe? Extended notes of a talk given at the European Blind Union Technical Group Meeting, Leipzig, 26. 09. 2009
[more] zu: Test development - Web accessibility evaluation: The BITV-Test in the international and European context
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