In 1-4-5a, if it is impossible to obtain the visual effect that CSS wishes to obtain, it is said that it is acceptable to use the imaged characters, but in 1.4.9, it is said that font samples, logotypes, etc. " Understand that using imaged characters is forbidden except in cases where the "essential effect is essential". In other words, if you decorate texts within the range that CSS can do, it fulfills 1.4.9.
|Principle||Perceivable||Information and user interface components must be presentable to users in ways they can perceive.|
|Guideline||Distinguishable||Make it easier for users to see and hear content including separating foreground from background.|
|Criterion||Images of Text (No Exception)
|Text images are used for pure decoration or when the specific representation of the text is essential for the information to be conveyed (logotype etc.).|