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5.1.6Appendix E: Alternative ContentApplying UAAG to Mobile Phones
Browser Compliance NotesComment Response 20 March 2015Comments & Responses 30 April 2015
Comments on Web Applications Working Group CharterComponents of UAAG 2.0 Conformance Claims - Platform Limitations NoteDefinition of User Agent
Definition of a User Agent & ExamplesExamples of Mobile Phones in UAAGExisting Standards that apply to Mobile Accessibility
Extensions needed for Implementation ExamplesGuideline 1.11Guideline 1.2
Guideline 1.4 Text Customization ProposalGuideline 2.7Guideline 2.8
Guideline 2.9HTML5 review by UAWG notesIOS User Agents
Instructions for commenting on HTML5Keyboard, Focus, and Navigation RestructuringKeyboard Concepts for HTML5 Discussion
Keyboard Interface use casesLatest Draft of Exit CriteriaLocation Hierarchy
Main PageMobile accessibility and UAAG20Overview of Testing for UAAG
SC Testing CriteriaSample pages for testingTalking Points - UAAG 2.0
Talking Points for Low Vision SupportTemplate for creating test pagesTest Writing Style Guide
Test for 2.8.1.1 Show: The user can choose to display any controls available within the user agent user interface, including user-installed extensions. It is acceptable to limit the total number of controls that are displayed onscreen.Test for 2.8.1.2 Simplify: The user can simplify the default user interface by choosing to display only commands essential for basic operation (e.g. by hiding some controls).Test for 2.8.1.3 Reposition
Test for 2.8.1.4 Assign Activation Keystrokes or Gestures: The user can choose to view, assign or change default keystrokes or gestures used to activate controls.Test for 2.8.1.5 Reset: The user has the option to reset the containers and controls to their default configuration.Tests for CR
Thoughts for UAAG 3UAAG20 Success Criteria TestsUAAG 2.0 Completion Plan
Use Cases for UAAG ApplicabilityUser Agent issues effecting A11y