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QualWeb ACT Implementation

Number of Rules Implemented
Consistent Partially consistent
WCAG 2 rules 16 3
Proposed rules 11 20

Implemented Rules

Rule Name Type Consistency
Button has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Element with lang attribute has valid language tag WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Element marked as decorative is not exposed WCAG 2 Rule Partial
Form field has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
HTML page has lang attribute WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
HTML page lang attribute has valid language tag WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
HTML page lang and xml:lang attributes have matching values WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
HTML page has non-empty title WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Image button has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Image has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Letter spacing in style attributes is not !important WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Link has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 Rule Partial
Word spacing in style attributes is not !important WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
SVG element with explicit role has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Element with presentational children has no focusable content WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Headers attribute specified on a cell refers to cells in the same table element WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Meta element has no refresh delay WCAG 2 Rule Partial
Meta viewport allows for zoom WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
Object element rendering non-text content has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 Rule Consistent
ARIA attribute is defined in WAI-ARIA Proposed Rule Consistent
ARIA required context role Proposed Rule Partial
ARIA state or property is permitted Proposed Rule Partial
ARIA state or property has valid value Proposed Rule Consistent
Audio element content has text alternative Proposed Rule Partial
Block of repeated content is collapsible Proposed Rule Partial
Bypass Blocks of Repeated Content Proposed Rule Partial
Orientation of the page is not restricted using CSS transform property Proposed Rule Consistent
Document has heading for non-repeated content Proposed Rule Partial
Document has an instrument to move focus to non-repeated content Proposed Rule Partial
Document has a landmark with non-repeated content Proposed Rule Partial
Heading has non-empty accessible name Proposed Rule Consistent
Id attribute value is unique Proposed Rule Consistent
Iframe elements with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose Proposed Rule Partial
Iframe element has non-empty accessible name Proposed Rule Partial
Iframe with interactive elements is not excluded from tab-order Proposed Rule Consistent
Error message describes invalid form field value Proposed Rule Partial
Links with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose Proposed Rule Partial
Menuitem has non-empty accessible name Proposed Rule Consistent
Meta element has no refresh delay (no exception) Proposed Rule Partial
Role attribute has valid value Proposed Rule Consistent
Element with role attribute has required states and properties Proposed Rule Partial
Scrollable element is keyboard accessible Proposed Rule Consistent
Element in sequential focus order has visible focus Proposed Rule Partial
Table header cell has assigned cells Proposed Rule Consistent
Text has minimum contrast Proposed Rule Partial
Text has enhanced contrast Proposed Rule Partial
Video element visual-only content has accessible alternative Proposed Rule Partial
Audio and visuals of video element have transcript Proposed Rule Partial
Visible label is part of accessible name Proposed Rule Consistent
Zoomed text node is not clipped with CSS overflow Proposed Rule Partial

About QualWeb Results

Results in this page are taken from a public test report published by LASIGE, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa. Data is published using the EARL+JSON-LD data format.

Implementation Details

Button has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Button has accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Button has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 17 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
Test Results
Button has accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Failed Example 5 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable

Element with lang attribute has valid language tag

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Element within body has valid lang attribute procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Element with lang attribute has valid language tag WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 19 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 3.1.2 Language of Parts
  • 3.1.2 Language of Parts
Test Results
Element within body has valid lang attribute
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Failed Example 5 failed
Failed Example 6 failed
Failed Example 7 failed
Failed Example 8 failed
Failed Example 9 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 * inapplicable

*: These examples are not yet approved for the rule. Results on these outcomes are not taken into consideration determining the consistency and coverage.

Element marked as decorative is not exposed

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Element marked as decorative is not exposed procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Element marked as decorative is not exposed WCAG 2 rule. It covers 9 of the 10 examples. The implementation correctly reports no success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None None
Test Results
Element marked as decorative is not exposed
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 passed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Form field has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Form control has accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Form field has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 19 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
Test Results
Form control has accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Failed Example 5 failed
Failed Example 6 failed
Failed Example 7 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Passed Example 8 * passed
Failed Example 8 * failed

*: These examples are not yet approved for the rule. Results on these outcomes are not taken into consideration determining the consistency and coverage.

HTML page has lang attribute

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the HTML has lang attribute procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the HTML page has lang attribute WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 7 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 3.1.1 Language of Page
  • 3.1.1 Language of Page
Test Results
HTML has lang attribute
Passed Example 1 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable

HTML page lang attribute has valid language tag

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Validity of HTML Lang attribute procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the HTML page lang attribute has valid language tag WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 7 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 3.1.1 Language of Page
  • 3.1.1 Language of Page
Test Results
Validity of HTML Lang attribute
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

HTML page lang and xml:lang attributes have matching values

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the HTML lang and xml:lang match procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the HTML page lang and xml:lang attributes have matching values WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 12 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 3.1.1 Language of Page
  • 3.1.1 Language of Page
Test Results
HTML lang and xml:lang match
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 7 inapplicable

HTML page has non-empty title

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the HTML Page has a title procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the HTML page has non-empty title WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 11 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.4.2 Page Titled
  • 2.4.2 Page Titled
Test Results
HTML Page has a title
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Failed Example 5 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Image button has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Image button has accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Image button has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 12 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.1.1 Non-text Content
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
  • 1.1.1 Non-text Content
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
Test Results
Image button has accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable

Image has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Image has accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Image has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 18 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.1.1 Non-text Content
  • 1.1.1 Non-text Content
Test Results
Image has accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Passed Example 8 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Failed Example 5 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable

Letter spacing in style attributes is not !important

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Letter spacing in style attributes is not !important procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Letter spacing in style attributes is not !important WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 16 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.4.12 Text Spacing
  • 1.4.12 Text Spacing
Test Results
Letter spacing in style attributes is not !important
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Passed Example 8 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable

Link has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Link has accessible name procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Link has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 rule. It covers 27 of the 28 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
  • 2.4.4 Link Purpose (In Context)
  • 2.4.4 Link Purpose (In Context)
  • 2.4.9 Link Purpose (Link Only)
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value

Word spacing in style attributes is not !important

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Word spacing in style attributes is not !important procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Word spacing in style attributes is not !important WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 16 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.4.12 Text Spacing
  • 1.4.12 Text Spacing
Test Results
Word spacing in style attributes is not !important
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Passed Example 8 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable

SVG element with explicit role has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the svg element with explicit role has accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the SVG element with explicit role has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 10 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.1.1 Non-text Content
  • 1.1.1 Non-text Content
Test Results
svg element with explicit role has accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable

Element with presentational children has no focusable content

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Element with presentational children has no focusable content procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Element with presentational children has no focusable content WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 7 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
Test Results
Element with presentational children has no focusable content
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Headers attribute specified on a cell refers to cells in the same table element

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Headers attribute specified on a cell refers to cells in the same table element procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Headers attribute specified on a cell refers to cells in the same table element WCAG 2 rule. It covers 17 of the 18 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
Test Results
Headers attribute specified on a cell refers to cells in the same table element
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Passed Example 8 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 * failed

*: These examples are not yet approved for the rule. Results on these outcomes are not taken into consideration determining the consistency and coverage.

Meta element has no refresh delay

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Meta-refresh no delay procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Meta element has no refresh delay WCAG 2 rule. It covers 13 of the 15 examples. For 2 examples no results were reported. This can happen when examples are newer then the test results. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.2.1 Timing Adjustable
  • 2.2.1 Timing Adjustable
  • 2.2.4 Interruptions
  • 3.2.5 Change on Request
Test Results
Meta-refresh no delay
Passed Example 1 untested
Passed Example 2 untested
Passed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 7 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 8 inapplicable

Meta viewport allows for zoom

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the meta viewport does not prevent zoom procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Meta viewport allows for zoom WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 11 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.4.4 Resize text
  • 1.4.4 Resize text
Test Results
meta viewport does not prevent zoom
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 passed
Inapplicable Example 4 passed

Object element rendering non-text content has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Object element has non-empty accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Object element rendering non-text content has non-empty accessible name WCAG 2 rule. It covers all 18 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.1.1 Non-text Content
  • 1.1.1 Non-text Content
Test Results
Object element has non-empty accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Failed Example 5 failed
Failed Example 6 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 passed
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 7 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 8 inapplicable

ARIA attribute is defined in WAI-ARIA

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the aria-* attribute is defined in WAI-ARIA procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the ARIA attribute is defined in WAI-ARIA proposed rule. It covers all 7 examples. The implementation correctly reports no success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None None
Test Results
aria-* attribute is defined in WAI-ARIA
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

ARIA required context role

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the ARIA required context role procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the ARIA required context role proposed rule. It covers 14 of the 15 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
Test Results
ARIA required context role
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 4 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable

ARIA state or property is permitted

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the ARIA state or property is permitted procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the ARIA state or property is permitted proposed rule. It covers 15 of the 16 examples. The implementation correctly reports no success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None None
Test Results
ARIA state or property is permitted
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Passed Example 8 passed
Passed Example 9 passed
Passed Example 10 passed
Passed Example 11 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 passed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable

ARIA state or property has valid value

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the ARIA state or property has valid value procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the ARIA state or property has valid value proposed rule. It covers all 24 examples. The implementation correctly reports no success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None None

Audio element content has text alternative

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the audio element content has transcript, audio element content is media alternative for text, and Audio element content has text alternative procedures. Failed examples should be failed by at least one of these procedures. The implementation is partially consistent with the Audio element content has text alternative proposed rule. It covers 5 of the 8 examples. On 2 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.2.1 Audio-only and Video-only (Prerecorded)
  • 1.2.1 Audio-only and Video-only (Prerecorded)
Test Results
audio element content has transcript audio element content is media alternative for text Audio element content has text alternative
Passed Example 1 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable
Passed Example 2 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable
Passed Example 3 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Failed Example 1 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable
Failed Example 2 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable

Block of repeated content is collapsible

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Block of repeated content is collapsible procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Block of repeated content is collapsible proposed rule. It covers 1 of the 8 examples. On 7 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports no success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None None
Test Results
Block of repeated content is collapsible
Passed Example 1 cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 cannot tell
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Bypass Blocks of Repeated Content

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Document has a landmark with non-repeated content, Document has heading for non-repeated content, Block of repeated content is collapsible, Document has an instrument to move focus to non-repeated content, and Bypass Blocks of Repeated Content procedures. Failed examples should be failed by at least one of these procedures. The implementation is partially consistent with the Bypass Blocks of Repeated Content proposed rule. It covers 1 of the 14 examples. On 13 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.4.1 Bypass Blocks
  • 2.4.1 Bypass Blocks
Test Results
Document has a landmark with non-repeated content Document has heading for non-repeated content Block of repeated content is collapsible Document has an instrument to move focus to non-repeated content Bypass Blocks of Repeated Content
Passed Example 1 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 4 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 5 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 6 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 7 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 8 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 9 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 10 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 11 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Passed Example 12 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Failed Example 1 cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable

Orientation of the page is not restricted using CSS transform property

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Orientation of the page is not restricted using CSS transform property procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Orientation of the page is not restricted using CSS transform property proposed rule. It covers all 10 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.3.4 Orientation
  • 1.3.4 Orientation
Test Results
Orientation of the page is not restricted using CSS transform property
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable

Document has heading for non-repeated content

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Document has heading for non-repeated content procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Document has heading for non-repeated content proposed rule. It covers 2 of the 14 examples. On 12 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports no success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None None
Test Results
Document has heading for non-repeated content
Passed Example 1 cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 cannot tell
Passed Example 5 cannot tell
Passed Example 6 cannot tell
Passed Example 7 cannot tell
Passed Example 8 cannot tell
Passed Example 9 passed
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Failed Example 4 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Document has an instrument to move focus to non-repeated content

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Document has an instrument to move focus to non-repeated content procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Document has an instrument to move focus to non-repeated content proposed rule. It covers 1 of the 12 examples. On 11 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports no success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None None
Test Results
Document has an instrument to move focus to non-repeated content
Passed Example 1 cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 cannot tell
Passed Example 5 cannot tell
Passed Example 6 cannot tell
Passed Example 7 cannot tell
Passed Example 8 cannot tell
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Document has a landmark with non-repeated content

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Document has a landmark with non-repeated content procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Document has a landmark with non-repeated content proposed rule. It covers 2 of the 8 examples. On 6 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports no success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None None
Test Results
Document has a landmark with non-repeated content
Passed Example 1 cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 passed
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Heading has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Heading has accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Heading has non-empty accessible name proposed rule. It covers all 15 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
Test Results
Heading has accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 failed
Failed Example 5 failed
Failed Example 6 failed
Failed Example 7 failed
Failed Example 8 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable

Id attribute value is unique

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the `id` attribute value is unique procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Id attribute value is unique proposed rule. It covers all 10 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 4.1.1 Parsing
  • 4.1.1 Parsing
Test Results
`id` attribute value is unique
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable

Iframe elements with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the `iframe` elements with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Iframe elements with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose proposed rule. It covers 9 of the 23 examples. On 14 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
Test Results
`iframe` elements with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose
Passed Example 1 cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 cannot tell
Passed Example 5 cannot tell
Passed Example 6 cannot tell
Passed Example 7 cannot tell
Passed Example 8 cannot tell
Passed Example 9 cannot tell
Passed Example 10 cannot tell
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Failed Example 4 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 7 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 8 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 9 inapplicable

Iframe element has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the iframe element has accessible name procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Iframe element has non-empty accessible name proposed rule. It covers 9 of the 10 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
Test Results
iframe element has accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable

Iframe with interactive elements is not excluded from tab-order

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the iframe with negative tabindex has no interactive elements procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Iframe with interactive elements is not excluded from tab-order proposed rule. It covers all 7 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.1.1 Keyboard
  • 2.1.1 Keyboard
Test Results
iframe with negative tabindex has no interactive elements
Passed Example 1 inapplicable
Passed Example 2 inapplicable
Failed Example 1 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 passed
Inapplicable Example 2 passed
Inapplicable Example 3 passed
Inapplicable Example 4 passed

Error message describes invalid form field value

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Error message describes invalid form field value procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Error message describes invalid form field value proposed rule. It covers 1 of the 9 examples. On 8 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 3.3.1 Error Identification
  • 3.3.1 Error Identification
Test Results
Error message describes invalid form field value
Passed Example 1 cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Failed Example 4 cannot tell
Failed Example 5 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Links with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Links with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Links with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose proposed rule. It covers 8 of the 21 examples. On 13 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.4.9 Link Purpose (Link Only)
  • 2.4.9 Link Purpose (Link Only)
Test Results
Links with identical accessible names have equivalent purpose
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 cannot tell
Passed Example 5 cannot tell
Passed Example 6 cannot tell
Passed Example 7 cannot tell
Passed Example 8 cannot tell
Passed Example 9 passed
Passed Example 10 passed
Passed Example 11 passed
Passed Example 12 passed
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Failed Example 4 cannot tell
Failed Example 5 cannot tell
Failed Example 6 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable

Menuitem has non-empty accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Menuitem has non-empty accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Menuitem has non-empty accessible name proposed rule. It covers all 8 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
Test Results
Menuitem has non-empty accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable

Meta element has no refresh delay (no exception)

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the `meta` element has no refresh delay (no exception) procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Meta element has no refresh delay (no exception) proposed rule. It covers 10 of the 13 examples. For 3 examples no results were reported. This can happen when examples are newer then the test results. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.2.4 Interruptions
  • 3.2.5 Change on Request
  • 2.2.4 Interruptions
  • 3.2.5 Change on Request
Test Results
`meta` element has no refresh delay (no exception)
Passed Example 1 untested
Passed Example 2 untested
Failed Example 1 untested
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 7 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 8 inapplicable

Role attribute has valid value

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the role attribute has valid value procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Role attribute has valid value proposed rule. It covers all 10 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
Test Results
role attribute has valid value
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable

Element with role attribute has required states and properties

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Element with role attribute has required states and properties procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Element with role attribute has required states and properties proposed rule. It covers 10 of the 15 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
None
  • 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value
Test Results
Element with role attribute has required states and properties
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Failed Example 1 passed
Failed Example 2 passed
Failed Example 3 passed
Failed Example 4 passed
Failed Example 5 passed
Failed Example 6 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable

Scrollable element is keyboard accessible

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Scrollable element is keyboard accessible procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Scrollable element is keyboard accessible proposed rule. It covers all 10 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.1.1 Keyboard
  • 2.1.1 Keyboard
  • 2.1.3 Keyboard (No Exception)
Test Results
Scrollable element is keyboard accessible
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable

Element in sequential focus order has visible focus

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Element in sequential focus order has visible focus procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Element in sequential focus order has visible focus proposed rule. It covers 5 of the 7 examples. On 1 example the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.4.7 Focus Visible
  • 2.4.7 Focus Visible
Test Results
Element in sequential focus order has visible focus
Passed Example 1 inapplicable
Passed Example 2 inapplicable
Passed Example 3 inapplicable
Passed Example 4 cannot tell
Failed Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable

Table header cell has assigned cells

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the All table header cells have assigned data cells procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Table header cell has assigned cells proposed rule. It covers all 16 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
  • 1.3.1 Info and Relationships
Test Results
All table header cells have assigned data cells
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 7 inapplicable

Text has minimum contrast

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Text has minimum contrast procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Text has minimum contrast proposed rule. It covers 27 of the 32 examples. On 3 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.4.3 Contrast (Minimum)
  • 1.4.3 Contrast (Minimum)
  • 1.4.6 Contrast (Enhanced)
Test Results
Text has minimum contrast
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 cannot tell
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Passed Example 8 passed
Passed Example 9 passed
Passed Example 10 inapplicable
Passed Example 11 inapplicable
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Failed Example 4 failed
Failed Example 5 failed
Failed Example 6 failed
Failed Example 7 failed
Failed Example 8 failed
Failed Example 9 inapplicable
Failed Example 10 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 7 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 8 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 9 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 10 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 11 inapplicable

Text has enhanced contrast

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Text has enhanced contrast procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Text has enhanced contrast proposed rule. It covers 29 of the 34 examples. On 2 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. For 1 example no results were reported. This can happen when examples are newer then the test results. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.4.6 Contrast (Enhanced)
  • 1.4.6 Contrast (Enhanced)
Test Results
Text has enhanced contrast
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Passed Example 7 passed
Passed Example 8 passed
Passed Example 9 inapplicable
Passed Example 10 inapplicable
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Failed Example 4 untested
Failed Example 5 failed
Failed Example 6 cannot tell
Failed Example 7 failed
Failed Example 8 failed
Failed Example 9 failed
Failed Example 10 failed
Failed Example 11 failed
Failed Example 12 inapplicable
Failed Example 13 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 6 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 7 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 8 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 9 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 10 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 11 inapplicable

Video element visual-only content has accessible alternative

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the video element visual-only content has description track procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Video element visual-only content has accessible alternative proposed rule. It covers 5 of the 9 examples. On 1 example the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation reports different success criteria as failed from what is expected by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.2.1 Audio-only and Video-only (Prerecorded)
None
Test Results
video element visual-only content has description track
Passed Example 1 inapplicable
Passed Example 2 inapplicable
Passed Example 3 inapplicable
Failed Example 1 inapplicable
Failed Example 2 inapplicable
Failed Example 3 inapplicable
Failed Example 4 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable

Audio and visuals of video element have transcript

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Audio and visuals of video element have transcript procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Audio and visuals of video element have transcript proposed rule. It covers 1 of the 5 examples. On 4 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.2.8 Media Alternative (Prerecorded)
  • 1.2.8 Media Alternative (Prerecorded)
Test Results
Audio and visuals of video element have transcript
Passed Example 1 cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable

Visible label is part of accessible name

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Visible label is part of accessible name procedure. The implementation is fully consistent with the Visible label is part of accessible name proposed rule. It covers all 13 examples. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 2.5.3 Label in Name
  • 2.5.3 Label in Name
Test Results
Visible label is part of accessible name
Passed Example 1 passed
Passed Example 2 passed
Passed Example 3 passed
Passed Example 4 passed
Passed Example 5 passed
Passed Example 6 passed
Failed Example 1 failed
Failed Example 2 failed
Failed Example 3 failed
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable

Zoomed text node is not clipped with CSS overflow

This rule is implemented by QualWeb using the Zoomed text node is not clipped with CSS overflow procedure. The implementation is partially consistent with the Zoomed text node is not clipped with CSS overflow proposed rule. It covers 5 of the 14 examples. On 9 examples the implementation cannot tell the outcome. This is often because of technical limitations in tools. The implementation correctly reports which success criteria are failed by this rule. See understanding ACT consistency.

Success Criteria
Expected Reported
  • 1.4.4 Resize text
  • 1.4.4 Resize text
Test Results
Zoomed text node is not clipped with CSS overflow
Passed Example 1 cannot tell
Passed Example 2 cannot tell
Passed Example 3 cannot tell
Passed Example 4 cannot tell
Failed Example 1 cannot tell
Failed Example 2 cannot tell
Failed Example 3 cannot tell
Failed Example 4 cannot tell
Failed Example 5 cannot tell
Inapplicable Example 1 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 2 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 3 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 4 inapplicable
Inapplicable Example 5 inapplicable
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