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The AcceDe Web guides are written from the perspective of each of the key project stakeholders and cover the full Web project cycle. These documents are based on the experience of a range of seasoned professionals representing web agencies, corporate companies, public agencies and associations.

Aims:

  • Provide project teams with practical step by step instructions.
  • Provide project managers and decision makers with the required project management tools.

Accessibility guidelines for graphic design (to ensure WCAG 2.0 compliance)

This manual brings together all the accessibility specifications to consider during the graphic design and ergonomics stages of website or web application development (wireframes, prototypes, mock-ups, etc.) to ensure WCAG 2.0 compliance. Several recommendations in this manual can also apply to the functional design of a website or web application (inclusion of a search engine, functionalities for a media player, etc.).

Accessibility guidelines for HTML and CSS (to ensure WCAG 2.0 compliance)

This manual brings together all the accessibility specifications to consider when integrating HTML/CSS in a website or web application (HTML templates, CMS templates, etc.), whatever the target device for displaying the content (computer, mobile phone, etc.) to ensure WCAG 2.0 compliance.

Accessibility guidelines for rich interfaces and JavaScript (Use cases to comply with France’s accessibility guidelines)

This manual provides both:

  • The general accessibility guidelines to consider during the development of rich interfaces, whatever the target device for displaying the content (computer, mobile phone, etc.).
  • Practical help on how to include accessibility in some standard use cases (drop-down menus, tabs, etc.) in order to comply with France’s accessibility guidelines (which do not consider ARIA yet).

Accessibility guidelines for editors (template)

This manual brings together the guidelines for creating accessible online content to be followed by contributing editors.

You can provide a sufficient level of accessibility for text content, images, links, and rich content published on an internet website by adhering to these recommendations. The good practices described in this manual are essential for ensuring the accessibility of a website and its content.

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