WCAG 2.0 for eLearning – Status Update

(Updated Jan-8-2016)

This project is coming along quite well.

Now available for beta testing:  http://cansomebodyhelpme.com/wcag

Recently added features include:

  1. Printing the results page.
  2. Inserting the name of your course.
  3. Measure your level of compliance for WCAG Level A, AA, AAA and overall percentage level.
  4. Comparing official Articulate Storyline 2 page to WCAG pages.  For example 1.2.7 is not even displayed in the Articulate Storyline page.
  5. If statements have been inserted to maintain a correct variable count.
  6. Turned off resume from previous based on issues with resetting radio buttons and variables.
  7. Must now insert name of course to continue.
  8. Added new login system, users must request a password that will be emailed to them.
  9. Certificate design underway to be followed with printing system more than likely flash based for vector quality output.

Bugs:

  1. Articulate limitations include not being able to reset manually created radio buttons.  This may require a completely new build out of the project because of the need to replace radio buttons.
  2. Resetting values does not reset previously selected radio buttons.
  3. Issues with passing numeric variables to LMS.
  4. Graphic Design could use improvements
  5. The wording of some questions may require adjustments.
  6. Issue with lag when attempting to lock or restrict menu.  Currently menu has been turned off.
  7. Print feature with JavaScript works but does not provide optimal results – by default chops off some of the screen being printed.

Some new screenshots:

WCAG_eLearning_Compliance_Certificate

WCAG 2.0 eLearning Compliance Checklist - Overview

WCAG_eLearning_Course_Name.png

WCAG_eLearning_Compliance_Report

 

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