See this page for descriptions of each section (except the last one, colour part II) which is linked inline. Answer each of the following entries by filling out the “Description” column with a sentence or 2 for each one:

GuidelineSummaryDescription of how you accommodated this
1.1.1 – Non-text ContentProvide text alternatives for non-text content 
1.2.1 – Audio-only and Video-only (Pre-recorded)Provide an alternative to video-only and audio-only content 
1.2.2 – Captions (Pre-recorded)Provide captions for videos with audio 
1.2.3 – Audio Description or Media Alternative (Pre-recorded)Video with audio has a second alternative 
1.3.1 – Info and RelationshipsLogical structure 
1.3.2 – Meaningful SequencePresent content in a meaningful order 
1.3.3 – Sensory CharacteristicsUse more than one sense for instructions 
1.4.1 – Use of ColourDon’t use presentation that relies solely on colour 
1.4.2 – Audio ControlDon’t play audio automatically 
2.1.1 – KeyboardAccessible by keyboard only 
2.1.2 – No Keyboard TrapDon’t trap keyboard users 
2.2.1 – Timing AdjustableTime limits have user controls 
2.2.2 – Pause, Stop, HideProvide user controls for moving content 
2.3.1 – Three Flashes or BelowNo content flashes more than three times per second 
2.4.1 – Bypass BlocksProvide a ‘Skip to Content’ link 
2.4.2 – Page TitledUse helpful and clear page titles 
2.4.3 – Focus OrderLogical order 
2.4.4 – Link Purpose (In Context)Every link’s purpose is clear from its context 
3.1.1 – Language of PagePage has a language assigned 
3.2.1 – On FocusElements do not change when they receive focus 
3.2.2 – On InputElements do not change when they receive input 
3.3.1 – Error IdentificationClearly identify input errors 
3.3.2 – Labels or InstructionsLabel elements and give instructions 
4.1.1 – ParsingNo major code errors 
4.1.2 – Name, Role, ValueBuild all elements for accessibility 
Colour Part IIColours are chosen in a way that won’t make things difficult for colour blind users