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Adaptive Forms and WCAG compliance

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Are Adaptive forms  WCAG compliant? 

We are building Adaptive Forms that need to be WCAG compliant. We are trying to figure out the best approach (overlay vs extend) to achieve this.

Any information would be helpful. (are there WCAG-compliant UI libraries?)

Thanks,

Joel

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More information from the team:

The VPAT document is not a 1:1 translation to the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines but cover some details in compliance to WCAG as well. We do not have a recently published WCAG document for Adaptive Forms.

I have attached AEM Forms 6.0 Product Accessibility WCAG 2.0 document and here is a link that guides how to create Accessible Adaptive Forms - https://helpx.adobe.com/aem-forms/6-2/creating-accessible-adaptive-forms.html . I am currently now aware of any libraries but will check with Accessibility team and revert on that shortly. 

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More information from the team:

The VPAT document is not a 1:1 translation to the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines but cover some details in compliance to WCAG as well. We do not have a recently published WCAG document for Adaptive Forms.

I have attached AEM Forms 6.0 Product Accessibility WCAG 2.0 document and here is a link that guides how to create Accessible Adaptive Forms - https://helpx.adobe.com/aem-forms/6-2/creating-accessible-adaptive-forms.html . I am currently now aware of any libraries but will check with Accessibility team and revert on that shortly. 

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Moving this post to AEM forms to get better advice from AEM Form's experts.

~kautuk