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WCAG 2.1 in Ukrainian: Authorized Translation Published
Настанови з доступності вебвмісту (WCAG) 2.1, the Ukrainian Authorized Translation of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, is now available, following completion of the W3C Authorized Translations process. Other translations of WAI resources are listed in All WAI Translations. WAI encourages translations in all languages. If you might be interesting in translating resources, see Translating WAI Resources.
WCAG 2.1 in Catalan: Authorized Translation Published
Directrius per a l'accessibilitat del contingut web (WCAG) 2.1, the Catalan Authorized Translation of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, is now available, following completion of the W3C Authorized Translations process. Other translations of WAI resources are listed in All WAI Translations. WAI encourages translations in all languages. If you might be interesting in translating resources, see Translating WAI Resources.
Updated: WCAG 2.2 Candidate Recommendation Draft
WCAG 2.2 ‘Candidate Recommendation’ draft is updated. A list of changes, status, and expected publication date is kept up-to-date in What’s New in WCAG 2.2 Draft. Please submit any comments by 17 February 2023.
Call for Implementations: WAI-Adapt: Symbols Module Candidate Recommendation
WAI-Adapt: Symbols Module is a technical specification that enables symbols to replace text in web content. It's now a W3C 'Candidate Recommendation'. That means we're seeking example implementations. To learn more, start with the e-mail announcement and the WAI-Adapt Overview.
Invitation: AI and Accessibility Symposium, 10-11 January 2023, online
You are invited to the Artificial Intelligence and Accessibility Research Symposium 10–11 January 2023. This online symposium brings together researchers, academics, industry, government, and people with disabilities to explore an aspect of emerging technology for accessibility: artificial intelligence (AI). Program, schedule, and registration information is in the meeting page. The symposium is free, and registration is required by 5 January 2023.
New Resources: For CMS, LMS, no-code website builders, and other authoring tools
New resources encourage content management systems (CMS), learning management systems (LMS), social media platforms, and no-code website tools to be more accessible. For vendors: We invite you to submit information about accessibility support in your tool for the Authoring Tools List. For everyone: To introduce accessibility issues and how the web standard Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) applies to specific types of tools, you can share with developers, project managers, and others: Standards to Make Your LMS Accessible, Guidelines to Make Your Social Media Platform Accessible, Guidelines to Make Your No-Code Website Tool Accessible.
ACT Rules for Accessibility Evaluation Tools And Methodologies
Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Rules help evaluation tools and methodologies produced accurate, consistent results. ACT Rules help test accessibility standards more reliably. Learn more About ACT Rules. We encourage evaluation tools and methodologies to implement the individual ACT Rules and to share your implementation report on the W3C WAI website. Learn about submitting an implementation.
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