WCAG 2.1 Public Draft Review & Feedback

WCAG 2.1 now has a first public working draft and ​the working group are inviting comments and feedback via Github by 31st March 2017 - now closed.

As I'm developing software to test sites for accessibility, I'm reviewing the 28 new proposed criteria for WCAG 2.1, primarily to determine how testable the criteria are using either automated or manual methods.

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