The Accessibility Testing Checklist is a document that outlines the criteria for ensuring that an application or website is accessible to all users. It includes items such as color contrast, keyboard navigation, text readability, audio and video accessibility, and how well the application meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). It also covers topics like text alternatives, language support, labels and form elements, and document structure. In addition, it outlines best practices for accessibility testing, such as using automated tools to conduct tests, ensuring the application is usable by people with disabilities, and testing across multiple browsers.
What is accessibility testing?
What criteria must be considered while testing accessibility?
What are the most commonly used tools for accessibility testing?