Choose Techniques for Guideline 1.1, Success Criteria Level 1

Guideline 1.1

 For non-text content, provide text equivalents that serve the same purpose or convey the same information as the non-text content, except when the sole purpose of the non-text content is to create a specific sensory experience (for example, music and visual art) in which case a text label or description is sufficient.

Success Criteria 1.1 Level 1

  1. Text-equivalents are explicitly associated with non-text content, except when the non-text content is intended to create a specific sensory experience (for example, music without words and visual art). [I]
    • The text equivalent fulfills the same function as the author intended for the non-text content (that is, it conveys all of the intended information and achieves the same function as the non-text content).

    Exception:

    If the purpose is to let users provide the text-equivalent (for example, a spelling test) then the text-equivalent is not required.

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