For each Web page, can the user control each time limit that modifies content (except in particular cases)?
On each Web page, is the user warned each time a new window opens?
On each Web page, the opening of a new window must not happen without user action. Has this rule been followed?
On each Web page, a task must not require a time limit to be completed, except if it occurs in real time or if this time limit is essential. Has this rule been followed?
On each Web page, when an authenticated session is interrupted, is the data entered by the user retrieved after re-authenticating?
On each Web page, for each file that can be downloaded, is there sufficient information provided (except in particular cases)?
On each Web page, does each electronic document that can be downloaded have an accessible version if necessary (except in particular cases)?
For each electronic document with an accessible version, does this version provide the same information?
On each Web page, are unusual phrases, idioms or jargon made explicit?
On each Web page, for each phrase used in an unusual or restricted way, each idiom or jargon with a definition, is this definition relevant?
On each Web page, does each cryptical content (ASCII art, emoticon, cryptical syntax) have an alternative?
On each Web page, for each cryptical content (ASCII art, emoticon, cryptical syntax) with an alternative, is this alternative relevant?
On each Web page, for each word whose meaning cannot be understood without knowing the pronunciation, is this pronunciation specified?
On each Web page, does each text that requires a reading ability more advanced than the lower secondary education level have an alternative version?
On each Web page, are sudden changes in luminosity or flashing effects used accurately?
On each Web page, do the sudden changes in luminosity or flashing effects have a frequency lower than or equal to 3 per second?
On each Web page, can each moving or blinking content be controlled by the user?