Accessibility checklists allow you to see the accessibility rules at a quick glance and how they are applied. On this page you will find fully fleshed-out checklists as well as quick reference guides and printable versions.
This checklist serves as a shortcut tutorial for how to build an accessible website. It covers all the important parts of site development from initial design to final testing and rollout.
This document provides a definitive list of all checkpoints from the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, organized by concept, as a checklist for Web content developers.
This site creates a pass/fail matrix for Section 508 requirements. For each accessibility requirement you can look and quickly see whether or not your site matches the criteria for successfully meeting the rule.
This short, printable version of the Section 508 checklist makes for a good handout for making quick, broad checks of a web site. It is a simple checklist; it offers no explanation of the requirements.
Written in easy-to-understand language, this site offers an explanation for each Section 508 requirements as well as a justification for why each requirement was enacted.
This site offers a checklist for the entire development process, from initial project planning through final implementation.