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FAQs - What is the difference between WCAG A, AA and AAA?

 
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What is the difference between WCAG A, AA and AAA

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The Conformance level is the first requirement in conforming with WCAG standards
Below are reference information provided by W3C on understanding conformance:


Conformance Level: One of the following levels of conformance is met in full.

Level A: For Level A conformance (the minimum level of conformance), the Web page satisfies all the Level A Success Criteria, or a conforming alternate version is provided.

Level AA: For Level AA conformance, the Web page satisfies all the Level A and Level AA Success Criteria, or a Level AA conforming alternate version is provided.

Level AAA: For Level AAA conformance, the Web page satisfies all the Level A, Level AA and Level AAA Success Criteria, or a Level AAA conforming alternate version is provided.

 

The levels of conformance is set by W3C on the Success Criterion level of the WCAG Standards. A reference page on How to meet WCAG 2.0 shows a quick reference on the different success criterions of WCAG 2.0 and the associated levels for each criterion.

 

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