Unusual Words

Understanding WCAG2.0

It is desirable that difficult terms that are not common are able to refer to their definitions. "Difficult term" also includes idioms and phrases, for example. In the example of Understanding, we cite a case where "Hij ging met de kippen op stok" does not mean "He went to bed early", but rather than annotating every word in these words, It may be simpler to think that correspondence is requested to avoid.

Or perhaps there is difficulty in the idea of "altanative pages of difficult words", but maybe alternative pages should be prepared.

By the way "Leet" is an internet slang in the English-speaking world. There is a Leet language expression of "1337" by itself.

As an aside, it is impressive that there was an explanation of the accessibility term "A11y", and it was said that "notation A11y itself is not accessible".

Principle Understandable Information and the operation of user interface must be understandable.
Guideline Readable Make text content readable and understandable.
Criterion Unusual Words
(3.1.3 AAA)
Mechanisms can be used to identify clear definitions of words or phrases used in uncommon or limited usage, including idioms and terminology.

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