Milos

Abbreviation Municipality of Milos
Published Date 2019-09-11
URL http://milos.gr
Status Enabled
Open To Public No


Checks


Element Error Type Description Check ID
a Potential Sound file must have a text transcript. 17
a Potential Link text is meaningful when read out of context. 19
a Potential The <code>title</code> attribute of all source <code>a</code> (anchor) elements describes the link destination. 191
a Potential All source anchors contain text that identifies the link destination. 197
a Potential Text alternative for multimedia file tells the same story and presents the same information as the multimedia file. 240
address Potential <code>address</code> of page author must be valid. 144
all elements Potential All <code>ondblclick</code> event handlers have corresponding keyboard-specific functions. 103
all elements Potential All <code>onmousemove</code> event handlers have corresponding keyboard-specific functions. 105
all elements Potential Change of context occurs only by user activation unless a warning is provided. 274
applet Potential <code>applet</code> should not use color alone. 21
applet Potential <code>applets</code> cause screen flicker. 22
applet Potential <code>applet</code> contains a text equivalent in the <code>alt</code> attribute of the <code>applet</code>. 23
applet Potential Text equivalents for <code>applet</code> must be updated if <code>applet</code> changes. 24
applet Potential <code>applet</code> contains a text equivalent in the body of the <code>applet</code>. 25
applet Potential <code>applet</code> user interface must be accessible. 26
applet Potential <code>applet</code> provides a keyboard mechanism to return focus to the parent window. 258
area Potential Alt text for all <code>area</code> elements identifies the link destination. 65
area Potential Alt text for all <code>area</code> elements contains all non decorative text in the image area. 194
blockquote Potential <code>blockquote</code> must not be used for indentation. 100
body Potential A "skip to content" link appears on all pages with blocks of material prior to the main document. 28
body Potential Abbreviations must be marked with <code>abbr</code> element. 98
body Potential Acronyms must be marked with <code>acronym</code> element. 99
body Potential Words and phrases not in the document's primary language are marked. 110
body Potential Use the <code>blockquote</code> element to mark up block quotations. 131
body Potential Provide a reference to a glossary. 179
body Potential Sites must have a site map. 184
body Potential The reading direction of all text is correctly marked. 235
body Potential Table markup is used for all tabular information. 241
body Potential All visual lists are marked. 248
body Potential Semantic markup is used to indicate emphasized or special text. 249
body Potential All text references do not use shape, size, or relative position alone. 250
body Potential Each section of content is marked with a <code>header</code> element. 261
body Potential All groups of links with a related purpose are marked. 262
body Potential The document contains a breadcrumb trail if it is part of a collection. 266
body Potential Unicode right-to-left marks or left-to-right marks are used whenever the HTML bidirectional algorithm produces undesirable results. 270
body Potential All changes in text direction are marked using the <code>dir</code> attribute. 271
body Potential Loading the web page does not cause a new window to open. 275
body Potential Repeated components appear in the same relative order each time they appear. 276
caption Potential Table captions identify the table. 242
embed Potential <code>embed</code> provides a keyboard mechanism to return focus to the parent window. 260
form Potential All <code>form</code> fields that are required are indicated to the user as required. 246
form Potential The tab order specified by <code>tabindex</code> attributes follows a logical order. 265
form Potential All form submission error messages identify any empty required fields. 267
form Potential All form submission error messages provide assistance in correcting the error. 268
form Potential Form submission data is presented to the user before final acceptance for all irreversable transactions. 269
form Potential Information deleted using a web page can be recovered. 272
frame Potential All <code>frame</code> <code>titles</code> identify the purpose or function of the <code>frame</code>. 32
frame Potential The source for each <code>frame</code> is accessible content. 33
frame Potential All <code>frame</code> <code>titles</code> do not contain placeholder text. 202
frameset Potential Repeated blocks of content appear in the same <code>frame</code> within the <code>frameset</code>. 263
h1 Potential All <code>h1</code> elements are not used for formatting. 42
h2 Potential All <code>h2</code> elements are not used for formatting. 43
h3 Potential All <code>h3</code> elements are not used for formatting. 44
h4 Potential All <code>h4</code> elements are not used for formatting. 45
h5 Potential All <code>h5</code> elements are not used for formatting. 46
h6 Potential All <code>h6</code> elements are not used for formatting. 47
head Potential Document uses <code>link</code> element to describe navigation if it is within a collection. 147
head Potential Document should use LINK for alternate content. 148
img Potential A long description is used for each <code>img</code> element that does not have Alt text conveying the same information as the image. 8
img Potential All <code>img</code> elements have associated images that do not flicker. 10
img Potential Alt text for all <code>img</code> elements contains all text in the image unless the image text is decorative or appears elsewhere in the document. 11
img Potential For all <code>img</code> elements, text does not refer to the image by color alone. 14
img Potential Alt text for all <code>img</code> elements used as source anchors identifies the destination of the link. 15
img Potential Alt text for all <code>img</code> elements is the empty string ("") if the image is decorative. 16
img Potential All active areas in all server-side image maps have duplicate text links in the document. 132
img Potential All <code>img</code> elements with images containing math expressions have equivalent MathML markup. 135
img Potential Alt text for all <code>img</code> elements that are not used as source anchors conveys the same information as the image. 178
img Potential Server-side image maps are not used except when image map regions cannot be defined using an available geometric shape. 196
img Potential <code>title</code> attribute for all <code>img</code> elements is absent or the empty string ("") if the image is decorative. 239
img Potential The luminosity contrast ratio between text and background color in all images is at least 5:1. 251
img Potential The luminosity contrast ratio between text and background color in all images is at least 10:1. 253
input Potential <code>input</code> should not use color alone. 55
input Potential Alt text for all <code>input</code> elements with a <code>type</code> attribute value of "image" identifies the purpose or function of the image. 59
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "password", have a label that is positioned close to the control. 122
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "checkbox", have a label that is positioned close to the control. 123
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "file", have a label that is positioned close to the control. 124
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "radio", have a label that is positioned close to the control. 125
input Potential Each label describes its asssociated <code>input</code> element. 189
input Potential Alt text for all <code>input</code> elements with a <code>type</code> attribute value of "image" contains all non decorative text in the image. 193
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "file", have a <code>label</code> that describes the purpose or function of the control. 205
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "text", have a label that is positioned close to the control. 211
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "password", have a <code>label</code> that describes the purpose or function of the control. 217
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "text", have a <code>label</code> that describes the purpose or function of the control. 218
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "checkbox", have a <code>label</code> that describes the purpose or function of the control. 219
input Potential All <code>input</code> elements, <code>type</code> of "radio", have a <code>label</code> that describes the purpose or function of the control. 220
legend Potential <code>legend</code> text describes the group of choices. 198
link Potential Document must be readable when stylesheets are not applied. 97
noembed Potential <code>noembed</code> must have equivalent content. 164
noframes Potential NOFRAMES section must contain text equivalent of FRAMES section. 36
object Potential All <code>objects</code> do not flicker. 30
object Potential <code>object</code> must not use color alone. 73
object Potential Text equivalents for <code>object</code> should be updated if <code>object</code> changes - (codebase). 74
object Potential Content must be usable when <code>object</code> are disabled. 75
object Potential <code>object</code> user interface must be accessible - (codebase). 76
object Potential <code>object</code> link to multimedia file must have text transcript. 77
object Potential All <code>objects</code> contain a text equivalent of the <code>object</code>. 80
object Potential Text equivalents for <code>object</code> should be updated if <code>object</code> changes - (classid). 127
object Potential Content must be usable when <code>object</code>s are disabled. 128
object Potential <code>object</code> user interface must be accessible - (classid). 129
object Potential <code>object</code> link to multimedia file require equivalent alternatives (e.g., captions or auditory descriptions of the visual track). 146
object Potential <code>object</code> may require a long description. 160
object Potential <code>object</code> provides a keyboard mechanism to return focus to the parent window. 259
ol Potential Link group <code>title</code> must describe the link group. 157
ol Potential CSS must be used to hide link groups. 158
pre Potential <code>pre</code> element should not be used to create tabular layout. 154
script Potential Color alone should not be used in the <code>script</code>. 86
script Potential <code>script</code> should not cause screen flicker. 87
script Potential Content must be accessible when <code>script</code> is disabled. 88
script Potential User interface for <code>script</code> must be accessible. 89
select Potential All <code>select</code> elements have a label that is positioned close to the control. 209
select Potential All <code>select</code> elements have a label that describes the purpose or function of the control. 210
table Potential All complex data tables have a summary. 111
table Potential All layout <code>tables</code> make sense when linearized. 133
table Potential All data tables contain <code>th</code> elements. 136
table Potential All layout tables do not contain <code>th</code> elements. 137
table Potential All data tables contain a <code>caption</code> unless the table is identified within the document. 151
table Potential All data table summaries describe navigation and structure of the table. 203
table Potential Use <code>thead</code> to group repeated table headers, <code>tfoot</code> for repeated table footers, and <code>tbody</code> for other groups of rows. 230
table Potential Use <code>colgroup</code> and <code>col</code> elements to group columns. 231
textarea Potential All <code>textarea</code> elements have a label that is positioned close to control. 96
textarea Potential All <code>textarea</code> elements have a <code>label</code> that describes the purpose or function of the control. 214
title Potential <code>title</code> describes the document. 54

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