Accessibility Conformance Report Supporting Criteria Language

 

Support Criteria Language What the Support Criteria means when it is selected by a vendor What the vendor Remarks and Explanations Should Reflect
Supports

Product FULLY meets the letter and intent of the Criteria.

What it means - Product FULLY meets the letter and intent of the Criteria.

Describe the methods used to support the criterion within the product.

Describe the testing methods used to confirm the criterion supporting feature.

Supports with Exceptions

Product does not ENTIRELY meet the letter and intent of the Criteria, but does provides some level of access.

What it means - Describe the exceptions to the criterion related to the product and the functional impact on the users.

Answer how your product supports the criterion briefly describing methods and testing used to confirm this criterion supporting feature.

List all exceptions to the supports and note if they are core functions

Note any known work a rounds to the exceptions.

The EEAAP working group can use this information in their planning process. An Accessibility Roadmap plan should include a timeline and means of addressing this issue.

Does Not Support

Describe the functional impact to the users as related to the criterion.

What it means - Product does not meet the letter or intent of the Criteria.

Describe exactly how the product does not support the Criteria.

Describe what core functions are affected by the not supports

Note any known work a rounds in the product to obtain the same functions

The EEAAP working group can use this information in their planning process. An Accessibility Roadmap plan should include a timeline and means of addressing this issue.

Not Applicable

The Criteria does not apply to the product.

Describe in a simple statement why the criterion is not applicable to the product.