A short text with an acronym; the expansion of the acronym is provided before the acronym. Acronym with expansion before the acronym Christophe.Strobbe@esat.kuleuven.be en Copyright BenToWeb 2004-2007 2005-09-01 accepted for end user evaluation Phrase elements: EM, STRONG, DFN, CODE, SAMP, KBD, VAR, CITE, ABBR, and ACRONYM

This test case is intended to pass because an expansion of the acronym is provided immediately before the acronym.

enduser

In this test you will see a short text with an acronym (abbrevi like cm for centimetre).

Was the mechanism of presenting the expansion adequate ?

Please provide your comments in regard to possible difficulties with this presentation mechanism. Suggestions on improvements are welcome as well:

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motor impairment

In this test you will see a short text with an acronym (abbrevi like cm for centimetre).

Was the mechanism of presenting the expansion adequate ?

Please provide your comments in regard to possible difficulties with this presentation mechanism. Suggestions on improvements are welcome as well:

10 30
blindness

In this test you will see a short text with an acronym (abbrevi like cm for centimetre).

Was the mechanism of presenting the expansion adequate ?

Please provide your comments in regard to possible difficulties with this presentation mechanism. Suggestions on improvements are welcome as well:

10 30
blindness

In this test you will see a short text with an acronym (abbrevi like cm for centimetre).

Was the mechanism of presenting the expansion adequate ?

Please provide your comments in regard to possible difficulties with this presentation mechanism. Suggestions on improvements are welcome as well:

10 30
low vision

In this test you will see a short text with an acronym (abbrevi like cm for centimetre).

Do you think the presentation of the expansion was well done ?

Please provide comments if you had difficulties with the presentation of the expansion. Suggestions on improvements are welcome as well:

10 30
intellectual disability dyslexia

In this test you will see a short text with an acronym (abbrevi like cm for centimetre).

Do you think the presentation of the expansion was well done ?

Please provide comments if you had difficulties with the presentation of the expansion. Suggestions on improvements are welcome as well:

10 30
intellectual disability deafness dyslexia motor impairment

The user can find the expanded forms of abbreviatons and/or acronyms.

This test case is the same as xhtml1_wcag2_20050630_3.1_l3_sc3_002, but the order of the acronym and the expanded form is reversed. The 23 November 2005 version of "Understanding WCAG 2.0 lists "providing the abbreviation immediately following the first use of the expanded form within the delivery unit" as a "sufficient technique". See http://www.w3.org/TR/2005/WD-UNDERSTANDING-WCAG20-20051123/#meaning-located.