Orange web accessibility guidelines
Accessibility, a benefit for all, a need for some!
Web accessibility definition #
An accessible web service can be used by anyone:
- A valid person,
- elderly people,
- people with disabilities (temporary or permanent).
and in all situations:
- with any kind of material: web browser, PC, MAC, mobile phones, tablet;
- in an unfavourable environment: poor luminosity, touchpad while moving, etc.;
- with specific software that compensates a disability.
Site organization #
Essential criteria #
List of the most important criteria according to your profile, based on a subset of the WCAG 2.1 level AA recommendations. A good way to be aware of the main criteria and commit progressively to accessibility.
Requirements list #
This section is for developers. Everything you need to know to code accessible pages and to perform the tests to validate developments.
Methods and testing tools #
For those who want to check the accessibility of their websites more or less automatically with tools. Finally, all the technical and methodological tools to review pages.
Open source Orange tools #
Presentation of the Boosted library and the Comfort+ service.
Didactic examples for certain types of components or elements of the user interface particularly difficult to make accessible but frequently used. Everything is explained, just go ahead!
These examples use the Boosted library. It is based on Bootstrap and lets you create and quickly test the accessibility and responsiveness of a website. This library is branded with the Orange colours.
Technical articles #
Technical articles on setting up web accessibility.
Orange open source solutions #
Presentation of the library Boosted and of the service Confort+ (French).