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Accessibility for content designers

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Accessibility for content designers
Rule id Description WCAG Reference
plain-language Make sure the text is written in plain language. See: Use plain language.
reference-materials Consider defining technical or other potentially unfamiliar terms in line; this creates a much more continuous reading experience for the user.
graphic-elements Include meaningful information describing each graphic element in the alt text.
scannable-content Can you scan the page without having to pause for long passages? Can you quickly grasp the meaning of a section based on its heading?
links Do all links have properly descriptive text?
information-architecture Descriptive page titles. Navigate a site in multiple ways. Indicate changes in language (for example, when including a foreign word in a predominantly English text).
video-and-multimedia Captions for video, and audio description.
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