Checkpoints for Guideline
Introduction to the Checkpoint Set

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The following pages are referred to as "The Checkpoint Set" in the introduction to the curriculum.

Each page lists one or more checkpoints that are associated with a particular guideline. For consistency with the published sources, the text of the checkpoints in this set matches that found in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines V1.0.

For an alternative view of the Web Content Accessibility checkpoints that arranges them according to priority and function, see the appendix that accompanies the Guidelines:
List of Checkpoints for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0

Each checkpoint links to one or more examples of techniques the author can use to meet the requirements of the checkpoint. Please note that each checkpoint is assigned a priority level. Please read the definitions of the priority levels before proceding. And undestanding of the impact on accessibility of each checkpoint is key to the design process.

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Chuck Letourneau & Geoff Freed

W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

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