The RGAA (Reference Document for the Improvement of Accessibility) is a property of the French government, under Open License; see details below.
The RGAA 3 2017 license
This document is a French government document placed under open license 1.0 or later, as all the document comme tous les documents hosted on references.modernisation.gouv.fr. See the conditions of use of the license in the legal notice.
The technical reference document (criteria list, glossary, particular cases, technical notes, baseline) is a copy adapted from the AccessiWeb HTML5/ARIA reference document - Working version dated December 19, 2013 - published by the BrailleNet association.
The RGAA 4 license
This document is placed under open license 2.0 or later.
The part 2 of the RGAA 4.0 or technical method for verifying compliance with the reference standard is adapted from the technical reference document RGAA 3 updated 2017 (list of criteria, glossary, particular cases, technical notes, test environment "baseline") which is itself a copy adapted from the AccessiWeb HTML5/ARIA reference document - Working version dated December 19, 2013 - published by the BrailleNet association.
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