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 2.4.1 - Bypass Blocks


 


Before Rectification


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This Handbook is designed for senior executives and managers to better understand the importance of web accessibility and show how it can be successfully implemented. 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 screen reader reads all the navigation information before getting to the main content.




After Rectification


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This Handbook is designed for senior executives and managers to better understand the importance of web accessibility and show how it can be successfully implemented. 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.

A skip to content function is included. A user can click the "Skip to Content" link and bypass the navigation information.