"Advisory techniques" are not sufficient to meet the Success Criteria on their own (because they are not testable or provide incomplete support) but it is encouraged that authors follow them when possible to provide enhanced accessibility.
In addition to techniques for addressing the success criteria, "Common Failures" are also documented.
A cross-sectional survey of licensure officials from the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards e-mail list was conducted in 2011 requesting information about chiropractic practice laws and 97 diagnostic, evaluation, and management procedures.
The states with the highest number of services that cannot be performed are New Hampshire (n = 49), Hawaii (n = 47), Michigan (n = 42), New Jersey (n = 39), Mississippi (n = 39), and Texas (n = 30).
The scope of chiropractic practice in the United States has a high degree of variability.
WCAG 2.0 establishes a set of Success Criteria to define conformance to the WCAG 2.0 Guidelines.
A Success Criterion is a testable statement that will be either true or false when applied to specific Web content.
This document indicates specific techniques to meet each Success Criterion.
Details for how to implement each technique are available in Techniques for WCAG 2.0, but "Understanding WCAG 2.0" provides the information about the relationship of each technique to the Success Criteria.These "Common Failures" are authoring practices that are known to cause Web content to fail to conform to WCAG 2.0.Authors must avoid those practices in order to meet the WCAG 2.0 Success Criteria.The purpose of this study was to assess the current status of chiropractic practice laws in the United States.This survey is an update and expansion of 3 original surveys conducted in 1987, 1992, and 1998.Please note that the contents of this document are informative (they provide guidance), and not normative (they do not set requirements for conforming to WCAG 2.0).