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repair missing TITLE attribute for FRAME elements

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UAAG 1.0 Requirement

Checkpoint 2.7 Repair missing content (Priority 2 )
Provision 1 : Allow configuration to generate repair text when the user agent recognizes that the author has not provided conditional content required by the format specification.

Test 1 :


  1. When viewing frames, the values of the TITLE attribute may be rendered by user agents.
  2. When the TITLE attribute is missing from the FRAME element, user agents should repair this missing content.

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(Test contained within the frameset document.) Link to the test frameset

Expected results

  1. The user agent may satisfy this checkpoint by rendering repair text based on any of the following available sources of information: URI reference, content type, or element type.

Source code

<frameset rows="70%, 30%">
<frame name="head" src="0207-FRAME-TITLE-SRC.html" scrolling="yes"/>
<frame name="target1" src="../frames/frame-target1.html" scrolling="no"/>
<div class="message">Frames are disabled or not supported by this user agent. To use this test suite, frames must be enabled.</div>


  1. HTML 4.01 specification for FRAME
  2. HTML 4.01 specification for TITLE

About this test suite

This test is part of a test suite for the User Agent Accessibility Guidelines (UAAG) 1.0 . This work is conducted by the User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group , which is part of W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) . Please send comments on this test to w3c-wai-ua@w3.org ( public archive ).

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Last modified: $Date: 2003/07/29 21:30:10 $ by $Author: koteles $