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The aforementioned WCAG lists 14 recommendations to achieve compliance with Section 508 and to provide accessibility in general The standard JSF components are required to comply with these guidelines in all the markup they generate, and any well-designed third-party
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component will do the same In this section, we list only the guidelines that are pertinent to the development of custom JSF UIComponents Other kinds of JSF components, such as converters and validators, usually do not have accessibility considerations because they have no specific graphical user interface of their own Before jumping into the guidelines, let s stress one fundamental point about accessibility: consistency is very important For example, if you provide accesskey and tabindex settings for one page in your application, you must do the same for all the pages in the application Making only part of your application accessible is almost as bad as having none of it accessible at all One approach to consistency is to provide a copy of your entire site that is designed for accessibility A great example of a site using such an approach is the Hurricane Science and Safety site at http://meteducaredu/hurrican/strike/ This approach also allows you to comply with some of the more difficult guidelines, such as avoid the use of JavaScript and don t use pop-up windows
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The most important guideline is also the easiest to follow: give a text equivalent to nontextual content Because it is the most important guideline, it is the first one listed in the WCAG A common example is the alt attribute for the h:commandButton and h:graphicImage components For example, HTML provides the alt attribute on the <img> element, and Faces exposes this on the h:graphicImage tag, as shown next
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Note that we ve also localized this example You can, of course, use literal strings instead of expressions Naturally, the alt attribute is only necessary on the button when using an image for the button Another approach is to provide a description link immediately next to the nontextual content This is a simple HTML link to another page containing only a description of the nontextual content and no other content Use this approach when you have more information that is appropriate for an alt attribute
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Use Markup and Stylesheets Properly
It is important to use markup and stylesheets properly This is Guideline 3 in the WCAG HTML has its roots in SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) and, as such, allows some level of separation between document content, structure, and presentation From the WCAG: The content of a document refers to what it says to the user through natural language, images, sounds, movies, animations, etc The structure of a document is how it is organized logically (eg, by chapter, with an introduction and table of contents, etc) The presentation of a document is how the document is rendered (eg, as print, as a two-dimensional graphical presentation, as a text-only presentation, as synthesized speech, as Braille, etc) Although HTML provides limited capability for combining these three aspects of a document (content, structure, and presentation), it is best to separate them as much as possible For example, avoid using HTML tables for layout in your custom components This confuses screen readers, making it impossible for the user to understand what the component is trying to convey A better approach is to use a CSS stylesheet associated with your component to do the layout and styling Of course, if your component does actually display tabular data, such as a custom dataTable component, the use of HTML tables is
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entirely appropriate The HTML table element provides many accessibility features which are leveraged in full by the renderer behind the standard h:dataTable tag
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