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When you are maintaining a site that conforms to the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines you need to consider the following:
Once your site is accessible it is important that it remains so. Training content authors in maintaining accessibility standards should be conducted by someone who:
For information on what checkpoints should be covered in training see Checklist – Maintaining a site’s accessibility conformance (training)
The scope of your annual audit will depend on how much the site has changed since it was last audited for accessibility conformance. This is dependent on several factors:
Performing an annual audit is similar to conducting testing of a current site, however if content authors have been trained properly the number of accessibility errors identified should be minor.
It is important that at the conclusion of an annual audit that all content authors meet to discuss recurring issues within the site and share knowledge. Issues identified in the current audit will be priority checkpoints for the following year.
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