Web Accessibility Initiative - WAI

The Web Accessibility Initiative homepage, as at 2010

The Web Accessability Initiative (WAI) from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is ground zero for accessibility guidelines and resources on the web. There you will find the current working drafts, recommendations and guides outlining best-practices on the web today. It hosts the formal Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) along with a set of other acronyms like ATAG, UAAG, ARIA. It is the WCAG maintained by the W3C that defines the A, AA, AAA conformance ratings that may be required from websites. The full WCAG20 recommendation lists each item as being A, AA, or AAA -rated. Other resources hosted there include:

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