Example for Checkpoint
Introduction to the Example Set

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

Each page provides details or examples of one or more techniques that are associated with a particular checkpoint. Where possible, the examples are actually coded so that you will see how that particular technique displays or renders on your browser or user agent. In most cases, the markup that creates the "live" example is also provided (although you can also "View Source" to get the exact coding). Where necessary, some text is included to explain what is "supposed" to happen (for example, if an HTML 4 attribute is not widely supported yet), or for user of non-graphical or older browsers.

In this set, the examples of techniques are drawn from various sources: some from the authors' experience, some from other W3C sources, and some from the document "Techniques for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0". Please note that the "Techniques" document is the definitive source

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

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Chuck Letourneau & Geoff Freed

W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

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