WCAG 4.1.2 Custom Components Are Accessible

For all user interface components (e.g. forms, links, scripts, controls, etc.), the name and role of those components is coded in.  Also, any states, properties, and values set by the user can be programmatically updated so browsers and assistive technologies are aware of and reflect changes. This success criterion applies specifically for custom components such … Read more

WCAG 4.1.1 Use Good, Clean Code

Your website should comply with best practices and standards for coding. Any significant errors in code should be fixed. What to do? Resources Plain English Explanation This is a very broad and sweeping requirement. It makes sure that browsers, screen readers, and other assistive technologies can analyze and make your website’s code understandable (“parse” is … Read more