Accessibility standards of the W3C, WCAG 1.0


I’ve a project coming soon, and one of the requirements is : “Meets accessibility standards of the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG 1.0) or similar”, I’m considering your components for the user interface, would your graphical components fulfill these accessibility requirements?


The “Web Content Accessibility Guidelines” is related to “Web content” and can’t be applicable to rich controls.

Some components, as tree and grid, can init self from HTML markup - so you can provide plain HTML markup with any extra info, fulfilling most accessibility requirements, and init rich components on top of it, but it can’t be used for all components.

Is it possible to give an example how this could be accomplished?