Provide comprehensive accessibility regulations and standards for creating web content authoring tools.
These guidelines show ways to create tools that are both, increasingly accessible to authors with disabilities and that are designed to help and promote the formation of more web accessibility content by authors utilizing said tools.
Authoring tools can open up, promote, and aid users in the creation of accessible web content through expected standards, designs, prompts, alerts, Q&A and repair functions, help files, and other automated and self-assist capabilities.
Of importance to note: all people should be able to author content (ATAG) and everyone should have access to content (WCAG 2.1).
The tools used to create this content are required to be accessible.
The implementation and proper execution of these guidelines will no doubt add to the proliferation of web content that can be read by a broader range of readers and authoring tools that can be used by a broader range of authors.
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