Most of the content on this page was taken from Gnome Testing.
- Test ASCII text documentation with a screen-reader to confirm that it is clear and precise and can be read by assistive technologies.
- Test HTML applications using a web browser and screen-reader to confirm that the documentation is accessible to assistive technologies.
If using a preset color combination, confirm it passes Color and Contrast Tests.
- Confirm the fonts adjustable using Ctrl+(-) and Ctrl+(+) when using the web-browser.
- Confirm the text resizes and remains fully readable if the font size is increased to 16pt and 24pt.
Note: There are web accessibility guidelines available at http://www.w3.org/TR/WAI-WEBCONTENT/.
Confirm the following information is included in the documentation:
- State if the application does not support the standard keyboard access used by the OS.
- Identify if there are unique keyboard commands.
- Are standard shortcuts usable?
- Identify any unique accessibility features.
- If an action is documented for the mouse, make sure there is an alternative for using the keyboard.