The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are standardized recommendations aimed to make web content more accessible. There are three levels to WCAB 2.1 compliancy:
Minimal compliance (A)
Acceptable compliance (AA)
Optimal compliance (AAA)
In this article, we will cover specific features of the first layer message builder (for GDPR TCF v2, GDPR non-TCF, and CCPA) designed to help your organization achieve compliancy with the WCAG standard.
When an iframe (such as the one used to serve your first layer message) is given a meaningful title, screen reader users can easily identify the content or purpose of the iframe based on its title.
From the first layer message builder, click Home in the breadcrumbs and expand the Privacy Manager accordion on the right-hand side.
Use the provided field to input the iframe title.
Dynamic language support for the first layer message iframe title is available. Click here for more information on how to dynamically surface translations of the iframe title based on your end-user's browser preferences.
Headings communicate the organization of the content on the page. Web browsers, plug-ins, and assistive technologies can use them to provide in-page navigation.
From the first layer message builder, select a text component and expand the Settings accordion on the right-hand panel.
Use the provided Heading dropdown menu to select one of the following headings for the text component:
There is no styling associated with any of the headings from the list. The styling for each text component is handled by the Styles accordion for the text element.