Web Accessibility: assigning language in a Web page
It is essential to define the
language of a document. This allows some assistive technologies, including
voice synthesis, to adapt more easily to content.
In this example, John explains the inconvenience caused when changes in language are not indicated. Here, the mispronunciation of the sentence is only unpleasant to hear, but in many cases, poor coding can make a Web page incomprehensible.
Spanish translation made by Lucas Bride Chinese translation made by Lianhui Zhou – English translation made by Ruth Woodrow
For more information about assigning language in html document:
- WCAG 1.0 : directive 4
- RGAA test points 4.1 and 4.3
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- Download the French subtitles file, Spanish, Chinese or English in SRT format
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