RGAA 3.0 Theme 10: Presentation of information
In the Web site, are style sheets used to control information presentation?
On each Web page, is visible content still available when style sheets or images are disabled?
On each Web page, is information still understandable when style sheets are disabled?
On each Web page, is text still readable when character size is increased until at least 200%?
On each Web page, are CSS declarations for background and foreground colors appropriate?
On each Web page, can each link whose nature is not obvious be distinguished from the surrounding text?
On each Web page, is the focus visible for each element that receives focus?
On each Web page, can the user specify the background and foreground colors?
for each Web page, text must not be fully justified. Has this rule been followed?
For each Web page, on a full-screen window and with a font size of 200%, is each block of text still readable without the use of horizontal scrolling?
For each Web page, is the length of lines of text equal to 80 characters or less (except in particular cases)?
For each Web page, is line and paragraph spacing sufficient?
For each Web page, are hidden texts rendered properly by assistive technologies?
On each Web page, information must not be conveyed by shape, size or location alone. Has this rule been followed?
On each Web page, information must not be conveyed by shape, size or location alone. Has this rule been implemented in a relevant way?