This webpage demonstrates “before rectification” and “after rectification” on conformance to a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 success criteria, and contains non-conformance coding to demonstrate non-conformance.


Illustration on Web Accessibility Success Criteria 1.4.5 - Images of Text


 


Before Rectification


Please use a screen reader to read the illustration below or use a mouse to highlight the heading "IMAGES OF TEXT: UNDERSTANDING CRITERIA 1.4.5".



Some organisations may consider their websites to be "accessible" when the websites are easily found by search engines. However, the core principle of web accessibility is not about whether people "can find you", it is about whether all people, irrespective of age, race, education or disability, can access to information in websites.



The heading is shown as an image and cannot be read by a screen reader or selected by a mouse.




After Rectification


Please use a screen reader to read the illustration below or use a mouse to highlight the heading "IMAGES OF TEXT: UNDERSTANDING CRITERIA 1.4.5".


Images of Text: Understanding Success Criteria 1.4.5


Some organisations may consider their websites to be "accessible" when the websites are easily found by search engines. However, the core principle of web accessibility is not about whether people "can find you", it is about whether all people, irrespective of age, race, education or disability, can access to information in websites.



The heading is shown as plain text and can be read by a screen reader or selected by a mouse.