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Content authors may need to be trained in how to maintain content in an accessible way, or you may need to incorporate some distributed authoring to check the following areas.
Depending on how your site is built you will need to cover a number of checkpoints during the day-to-day maintenance of the site.
Checkpoint 1.1 : Provide meaningful text equivalents for all images and other non-text content
Checkpoint 1.2 : Make sure all links in a server-side image map are replicated as text links elsewhere on the same page
Checkpoint 1.4 : Make sure auditory descriptions are provided of all visual tracks and multimedia and they are synchronized with the presentation
Checkpoint 2.1 : Make sure that all information conveyed with colour is available without colour
Checkpoint 4.1 : Identify all changes in language in the code
Checkpoint 5.1 and 5.2 : Make sure all data tables have coded row and column headers using the TH ID and TD HEADER attributes.
Checkpoint 6.2 : Make sure equivalents for dynamic content are updated when the dynamic content changes
Checkpoints 6.3 : Make sure that pages remain usable if scripts, applets or other programmable elements are not supported
Checkpoint 14.1 : Make sure the clearest and simplest language is used in the site
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