See the Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Task Force homepage for more information about this group.
The purpose of the Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) effort is to establish and document rules for testing the conformance of web content to accessibility standards, such as WCAG 2.0 and future versions. These test rules include automated, semi-automated, and manual testing procedures. The ACT Taskforce aims to make accessibility testing transparent, and so minimise the confusion caused by different interpretations of accessibility guidelines.
For more information, see ACT Overview - What is ACT
- ACT Deliverables
- ACT Framework Requirements
- Month by month plan
- List of related groups
- Exit Criteria for Rules Format Spec
- TPAC 2017
- Availability for ACT TF Teleconferences
- Meeting Minutes