Report Title: 사설토토
January 16, 2023 04:44
  • Followed links in specfied domain only

Consistent labeling of landmarks

Violations Warnings Manual
Checks
Passed
Number of Pages - - 5 -
5 pages with manual checks;

Details

Rule ID Navigation 4
Definition Consistent labeling of landmarks across all pages in a website.
Purpose
  • One of the fundamental features of the web is the provision of easy access to useful information. Consistent labeling of comparable landmark-identified content across all pages of a website will make it easier for people to find information they are seeking and to navigate between and within pages.
WCAG Success Criteria

3.2.4 Consistent Identification (Level AA, Primary Success Criterion)

Rule Category Site Navigation
Scope Website
Target Resources main, navigation, search, banner, complementary and contentinfo landmarks
  • h2
Techniques
  • Most pages have sections associated with the main, navigation, banner and contentinfo landmarks in your page templates for the website.
  • If the page includes a website search form, use the search landmark.
  • Landmarks only need labels (using aria-label or aria-labelledby) if there is more than one landmark of the same type on a page.
  • If landmarks have labels, use consistent labeling of the landmarks across all pages within the website.
Manual Checks
  • Verify that the main content of the page is contained within the main landmark.
  • Verify that recurring content at the top of each page is contained within a banner landmark.
  • Verify that website navigational links are contained within navigation landmarks.
  • Verify that recurring content at the bottom of each page is contained within a contentinfo landmark.
  • Verify that if a landmark has a label and there are comparable landmarks on other pages in the website, the labels are the same on each page.
Informational Links

Page Results

Element Results Implementation Level
Page Page Title Result V W MC P Score Status
5 Manual Check - - 7 - 0 R
4 Manual Check - - 7 - 0 R
3 Manual Check - - 7 - 0 R
2 Manual Check - - 7 - 0 R
1 , Manual Check - - 7 - 0 R
All Pages Manual Check - - - - 0 R

Implementation Score Definitions

  • The implementation score is based on the rule results across all pages and ranges from 0 to 100.
  • '-' means there were no rule results for that group (e.g. rules were not applicable).
  • The following messages give a general idea of the overall implementation of the rules for a website.
Abbrev Score Status Description
C 100 Complete Complete means all rules have passed. There were either no manual checks or all manual checks have been resolved.
R 0 Required Manual Checks
  • Manual checks are required to verify accessibility. Markup has been identified that needs to be reviewed to determine if accessibility requirements have been met.
  • Start with the website and page level manual checks since they affect website and page navigation and identification of content and then start on the element level manual checks.
AC
AC-R
95-99 Almost Complete
  • Almost Complete means that you seem to understand the accessibility requirements of the rules, and are close to fully implementing their requirements on all pages within the website.
  • "-R" means there are required Manual Checks. Markup has been identified that needs to be reviewed to determine if accessibility requirements have been met.
PI
PI-R
50-94 Partial Implementation
  • Partial Implementation means that you may understand at least some of the accessibility requirements.
  • "-R" means there are required Manual Checks. Markup has been identified that needs to be reviewed to determine if accessibility requirements have been met.
  • Please re-read the accessibility requirement and review the techniques before trying to improve the accessibility.
NI
NI-R
0-50 Not Implemented
  • Incomplete means that you do not understand the accessibility requirements of the rules or did not consider accessibility in the design of the website.
  • "-R" means there are required Manual Checks. Markup has been identified that needs to be reviewed to determine if accessibility requirements have been met.
  • Please read the accessibility requirements and review the techniques before trying to improve the accessibility.
na - Not Applicable No markup was found that identifed a known or possible accessibility issue.

Note: Future versions of FAE will allow you to mark manual checks as, pass, fail or not applicable.

Implementation Score Computation

Implementation Score = P / (P + F + MC)

Each variable represents the number of element level results for a particular rule, where:

  • P = elements that passed
  • F = elements that failed
  • MC = elements that require a manual check

The score ranges in value from 0 to 100, that is from no implementation to all accessibility requirements met. In the future, FAE will allow you to change manual checks to pass, fail or not applicable, and will recompute the Implementation Score based on the updated manual checking results.

Note: When a manual check is changed to not applicable that element result is removed from the implementation score computation.

Implementation Score Combinations

Implementation scores are rule-based and are computed for the following combinations:

Pages Rules Calculation
1 1 Element level results determine the implementation score for a rule on a specific page.
1 All The implementation score for a page is the average of all implementation scores for all rules on the page, with all rules being equally weighted.
All 1 The implementation score for a rule across all the pages in a website is based on the aggregation of all element results for the rule across all pages.
All All The implementation score for a website is the average of the website rule implementation scores.

Example Rule Implementation Scores on Individual Page

Description Pass Fail Manual Check Implementation Score
A rule with scope of element, like "Image must have alt text". 8 2 0 80
A rule with scope of page like "Page must have main landmark". 0 1 0 0
A rule with scope of element with elment results of pass, fail and manual checks that may occur for the color contrast rule. 134 29 37 67

Example Rule Implementation Score for All Pages in a Website

This is a hypothetical example for a website

Page results for Rule X Pass Fail Manual Check Implementation Score
Page 1 element results for rule X. 23 12 4 59
Page 2 element results for rule X. 12 4 0 75
Page 3 element results for rule X. 45 0 0 100
Website element results for Rule X 80 16 4 80