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UAAG 1.0 Requirement

Checkpoint 9.9 Allow structured navigation (Priority 2 )
Provision 1 : Allow the user to navigate efficiently to and among important structural elements in rendered content.
Provision 2 : As part of satisfying provision one of this checkpoint, allow forward and backward sequential navigation.

Test 1 :


  1. Using the keyboard or an assistive technology that emulates the keyboard, navigate forward and backward through the links on this page.

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Test link 1

Non-link text

Test link 2

Non-link text

Test link 3

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Test link 4

Non-link text

Expected results

  1. The user should be able to navigate sequentially through the hyper-links on this page while skipping non-strucural text.
  2. The user can navigate both forward and backward through the links.

Source code

<a href="../action/return.html">Test link 1</a>
<p>Non-link text</p>
<a href="../action/return.html">Test link 2</a>
<p>Non-link text</p>
<a href="../action/return.html">Test link 3</a>
<p>Non-link text</p>
<a href="../action/return.html">Test link 4</a>
<p>Non-link text</p>


  1. HTML 4.01 specification for A

About this test suite

This test is part of a test suite for the User Agent Accessibility Guidelines (UAAG) 1.0 . This work is conducted by the User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working Group , which is part of W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) . Please send comments on this test to w3c-wai-ua@w3.org ( public archive ).

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Last modified: $Date: 2003/04/02 23:46:49 $ by $Author: jongund $