The Opquast Web Quality Assurance Checklist

240 rules to improve your sites and take better care of your users - Version 4 - 2020-2025

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Content generated via styles is provided with a suitable alternative.
  • Ensure access to the content, regardless of whether or not the CSS formatting layer is handled.
  • Allow content to be reused on media and platforms that do not handle formatting for on-screen display.
  • Give users in environments where styles are
  • not reproduced (text browsers, screen readers or browsers with the images disabled) access to information that takes the form of CSS-generated content (particularly background images).
  • Enable bots to exploit the information carried by CSS styles (to reference, index and perform machine translation on the alternatives).
  • Improve the way content is taken into account by search engines and indexing tools.
  • Improve the accessibility of content for people with disabilities.
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