Structure of a result

The result of a test looks like this (example on test 2.2.1 from RGAA 3 referential):

Screenshot of a result

The basics

You can see on a first row:

The counts

Then a section presents the counts:

Process remarks & Evidence elements

Process Remarks are pieces of information associated to a given result. These information may be related to the Failed elements or to the Pre-Qualified elements, or both.

Each Process Remark may contain one or more Evidence Element, which are precise and detailed data on:

Note: the line indicated in the source code is relative to the source code shown by Asqatasun (as it is reformated, and may have been fixed if a tag was open and not closed).

Examples

Same screenshot as above (test 2.2.1) with explanations:

Screenshot of a result with annotations

Various cases of Process Remarks

Process Remarks messages and Evidence Elements data vary from one test to another, and also depend on the actual HTML that is evaluated. Here are some examples. All examples are taken from Referential RGAA 3.

(These examples are here to enlighten diversity of Process Remarks and Evidence Elements. To go further, you may browse the exhaustive list of Process Remarks codes).

Process Remark and Evidence Elements on test 1.1.1

Process Remark and Evidence Elements on test 1.2.1

Process Remark and Evidence Elements on test 3.3.1

Note: As stated by the accessibility methodology, as long as one error is detected, the result of the test is Failed.

Process Remark and Evidence Elements on test 6.4.1

Note: you can see the link at the bottom to "See all remarks for the test 6.4.1" that leads to a page listing all the sets of incriminated links.

Process Remark and Evidence Elements on test 10.13.1