A page with a form that has two fieldsets. The first fieldset contains a group of radio buttons, and the user is required to make a choice (there is no default). Instructions above the form explain that required fields have labels in red. The red text for the first fieldset is created by means of CSS and does includes a textual cue ("required field") to tell the user that the field is required, so it is possible for users of current screen reader to find out which form fields are required. The form does not rely on the user's ability to recognize red text Red text with <html:code>CSS</html:code> to indicate required form fields Christophe.Strobbe@esat.kuleuven.be en Copyright BenToWeb 2004-2007 2005-09-30 accepted for end user evaluation

This test case is intended to pass because information about required form fields is conveyed through color and a textual cue.

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For this test, you need a browser that supports CSS, and you need to have CSS enabled.

Which of the form fields are marked as required ? (multiple selections possible)

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blindness

For this test, you need a browser that supports CSS, and you need to have CSS enabled.

Which of the form fields are marked as required ? (multiple selections possible)

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blindness

The user does not need to be able to recognize the color red in order to know which fields are required.

The code uses the class attribute and a CSS style sheet, and text to indicate required fields.