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1.3.1 Info and Relationships [Level A]

Description

Info and Relationships:

1.3.1 Information, structure, and relationships conveyed through presentation can be programmatically determined or are available in text. (Level A)Understanding Success Criterion 1.3.1

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Sufficent Techniques

Sufficient Techniques for 1.3.1 - Info and Relationships

Note: Other techniques may also be sufficient if they meet the success criterion.

Situation A: The technology provides semantic structure to make information and relationships conveyed through presentation programmatically determinable:
  1. ARIA11: Using ARIA landmarks to identify regions of a page (ARIA)

  2. ARIA12: Using role=heading to identify headings (ARIA)

  3. ARIA13: Using aria-labelledby to name regions and landmarks (ARIA)

  4. ARIA16: Using aria-labelledby to provide a name for user interface controls (ARIA)

  5. ARIA17: Using grouping roles to identify related form controls (ARIA)

  6. ARIA20: Using the region role to identify a region of the page (ARIA)

  7. G115: Using semantic elements to mark up structure AND H49: Using semantic markup to mark emphasized or special text (HTML)

  8. G117: Using text to convey information that is conveyed by variations in presentation of text

  9. G140: Separating information and structure from presentation to enable different presentations

  10. Making information and relationships conveyed through presentation programmatically determinable using the following techniques:

Situation B: The technology in use does NOT provide the semantic structure to make the information and relationships conveyed through presentation programmatically determinable:
  1. G117: Using text to convey information that is conveyed by variations in presentation of text

  2. FLASH8: Adding a group name to the accessible name of a form control (Flash)

  3. Making information and relationships conveyed through presentation programmatically determinable or available in text using the following techniques:

Advisory Techniques

Advisory Techniques for 1.3.1 - Info and Relationships

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Failures

Failures for SC 1.3.1 - Info and Relationships

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Notes

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