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Table 4 KWCAG 2.0 Principle and Inspection Contents

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

Principle Guideline Requirement Compliance Assessment
1. Perceivable 1.1 Replacement text 1.1.1 Provision of proper replacement text
  1.2 Multimedia replacement means 1.2.1 Provision of subtitle
  1.3 Clarity 1.3.1 Perception of content irrelevant to color
   1.3.2 Provision of clear instructions
   1.3.3 Text contents’ brightness and contrast ×
   1.3.4 Prohibition of the use of background sound
2. Operable 2.1 Keyboard accessibility 2.1.1 Guarantee of keyboard use
   2.1.2 Focused movement
  2.2 Provision of adequate time 2.2.1 Response-time control
   2.2.2 Provision of stop function
  2.3 Prevention of light-sensitive seizure 2.3.1 Restriction of flickering and brightness
  2.4 Easy navigation 2.4.1 Repeated region skipping
   2.4.2 Provision of titles by page
   2.4.3 Proper text link
3. Understandable 3.1 Legibility 3.1.1 Display of basic language
  3.2 Predictability 3.2.1 Implementation according to user requirement
  3.3 Content logicality 3.3.1 Content linearization
   3.3.2 Table configuration
  3.4 Input help 3.4.1 Label provision
   3.4.2 Provision of error correction function ×
4. Robust 4.1 Grammar compliance 4.1.1 Prevention of markup error
(Technology Progressiveness) 4.2 web application accessibility 4.1.2 web application accessibility compliance