Checklist – The A11Y Project

This webpage contains an accessibility checklist from The A11Y Project. The checklist is intended to help web developers evaluate their sites and web applications to ensure they are accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. 

The checklist is organized by different areas of concern like content, global code, images, headings, lists, controls, tables and more. Under each area are specific tasks one can check for such as using descriptive link text, providing text alternatives for images, using proper heading structure, ensuring keyboard and screen reader navigation works as expected. 

Each task links to the relevant Web Content Accessibility Guidelines success criteria for more details. In general, the checklist aims to help developers address a wide range of accessibility issues so their sites can be navigated, understood and used by everyone regardless of ability. It provides concrete steps to evaluate and improve support for accessibility.