ACT Rules Overview
W3C Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Rules are publicy documented ways for testing the conformance of content to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). ACT Rules are contributed, developed, and vetted by the community, to support transparency and consensus. They are intended to be used in the development testing methodologies and tools for web accessibility.
- ACT Rules are developed by various sources, currently mainly through the Auto-WCAG Community Group.
- ACT Rules Format 1.0 defines the composition of ACT Rules. It is developed by the ACT Task Force.
- ACT Review Process defines a community process for contributing, developing, and reviewing ACT Rules.
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