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WCAG-EM describes an approach for evaluating how websites – including web applications and websites for mobile devices – conform to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. It covers different situations, including self-assessment and third-party evaluation. It is independent of particular evaluation tools, web browsers, and assistive technologies. This draft has proposed content for all sections. Now is a good time to review it. In particular, feedback is sought on the applicability of this methodology in practice and for input on refining and expanding the guidance provided.

Contact: Please send comments on this draft document to the publicly archived mailing list: public-wai-evaltf@w3.org by 20 October 2012.

ACCESSIBLE has launched a dedicated page at SourceForge from where you can download all latest versions of the tools developed by the project:

The triggering idea behind ACCESSIBLE is to contribute for better accessibility for all citizens, to increase the use of standards, and to develop an assessment simulation environment (including a suite of accessibility analysing tools as well as developer-aid tools) to assess efficiently, easily and rapidly the accessibility and viability of software applications for all user groups.