AssociationVoting.com’s voter election site seeks to comply with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Level AA. These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities.
All voter election site pages are tested through a W3C compliant validation tool to monitor compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. AssociationVoting.com currently uses WAVE (Web Accessibility Valuation Tool) Browser Extensions to validate accessibility of our election software.
If you would like additional assistance or have accessibility concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Text alternatives and captions for non-text media
- Ability to navigate using keyboard
- User control to load or change features
- Text contrast
- Content descriptions for hyperlinks
- Text labels, field sets, legends and captions for form field content
- Compliant forms and PDF documents
- ARIA for web application
- Table accessibility to ensure header and data cells are tagged and relationships defined
- Informative descriptors for image links and text links
- Custom controls for keyboard are accessible
- Ensuring all pages have custom controls that provide proper textual name, role, and information
- Ensuring all pages use appropriate use of buttons on their role and attributes
- Ensuring all active elements receive keyboard focus or can be activated with the keyboard
PLEASE NOTE: For content areas that are editable by the Voting Manager, our testing applies only to the default values. Voting Managers are encouraged to provide image captions/alt texts for all images.
Known Accessibility Issues
As of January 2020, we are working to resolve the following:
- Ensuring all active user interface components have sufficient contrast
January 13, 2020