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Table 2 Comparison of W3C WCAG 2.0 and KWACG 2.0 Web Contents Accessibility Guidelines

From: A study on the current status and strategies for improvement of web accessibility compliance of public institutions

Principle W3C WCAG 2.0 KWACG 2.0 Remarks
1. Perceivable 1.1 Replacement text 1.1 Replacement text  
  1.2 Time-based media replacement contents 1.2 Multimedia replacement means  
  1.3 Contents with no loss of information or structure   
  1.4 Easily visible and audible contents with a division in front/background color 1.3 Clarity  
2. Operable 2.1 All the functions can be operated on the keyboard 2.1 Keyboard accessibility  
  2.2 Provides sufficient time 2.2 Provides sufficient time  
  2.3 Prevents light-sensitive seizure 2.3 Prevents light-sensitive seizure  
  2.4 Provides navigation 2.4 Easy navigation  
3. Understandable 3.1 Legibility 3.1 Legibility  
  3.2 Predictability 3.2 Predictability  
   3.3 Logicality of contents 1.3 of WCAG 2.0
  3.3 Input help 3.4 Input help  
4. Robust (Progressive technology) 4.1 Maximizes the compatibility with web display devices including supplementary devices 4.1 Grammatical compliance  
   4.2 Web application accessibility  
  1. Source : Web Accessibility Laboratory. http://www.wah.or.kr/participation/guide.asp, Korea Communications Commission. Korean Web Contents Accessibility Guideline 2.0