WCAG provides guidelines for different levels of accessibility for visitors to website content.
Accessibility means that the content published on a website should be accessible to all visitors and users — including those with disabilities. No one should therefore be prevented from taking part in digital service.
WCAG covers websites as well as mobile applications, and has guidelines on how user-friendliness can be optimized for all types of users. External services used by websites are also included in WCAG, such as chat, FAQ, or Forms.
As of January 1, 2019, public authorities and other public actors must reach level AA of the three-degree scale included in WCAG 2.1, known as the Digital Public Service Web Accessibility Directive.
The Digital Administration Authority, where DIGG is tasked with ensuring that the Digital Public Service Accessibility Act, will have an impact, will carry out supervision through monitoring and receive any complaints received.
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