San Francisco

The data in this study was collected with the Illinois Functional Accessibility Evaluator.

San Francisco Web Accessibility Summary Information
Website Summary
Score
Titling Sub Headings Forms Data Tables Images Layout Tables
San Francisco(Admis) 65.9 50.0 100.0 0.0 50.0 100.0 100.0
San Francisco(Home) 72.8 74.6 76.0 87.0 52.5 45.0 92.9

Details for San Francisco(Admis) Website

URL: http://medschool.ucsf.edu/admissions/

Date: 2010-08-10

San Francisco(Admis): Percentage of Pages that Pass Accessibility Rules
Rule Number of Pages Pages that Passed Percentage of Pages Passed Rule Details
Titling
Title Element 14 14 100.0 The page must contain exactly one title element.
Title Content 14 14 100.0 The title element must have text content.
H1 Element* 14 14 100.0 The page must contain at least one h1 element.
Number of H1s 14 14 100.0 The page should contain no more than two h1 elements.
H1 and Title* 14 0 0.0 The text content of each h1 element should match all or part of the title content.
H1 Content 14 13 92.8 Each h1 element must have text content.
H1 IMG Content 14 13 92.8 Each h1 element should have text content exclusive of the alt text of any img elements it contains.
Summary 28 14 50.0
Sub Headings
Nesting* 14 14 100.0 Subheading elements that follow the last h1 should be properly nested.
Content 14 14 100.0 Each subheading element (h2..h6) must have text content.
IMG Content 14 14 100.0 Each subheading element (h2..h6) should have text content exclusive of the alt text of any img elements it contains.
Summary 14 14 100.0
Forms
Labels* 14 0 0.0 Each input element with type=text | password | checkbox | radio | file and each select and textarea element must either be referenced by the for attribute of a label element via its id attribute, or have a title attribute.
Value 1 0 0.0 Each input element with type=button | submit | reset must have either a value attribute or a title attribute.
Alt Text 13 13 100.0 Each input element with type=image must have either an alt attribute or a title attribute.
Label Content 1 1 100.0 Each label and legend element must have text content.
Summary 14 0 0.0
Data Tables
TH Elements* 1 0 0.0 For each data table, the first cell in each column must be a th element, and each row must contain at least one th element.
Summary* 1 0 0.0 Each data table must have a nonempty summary attribute.
Summary Unique 1 1 100.0 The summary attribute value for each data table on a page should be unique.
IDs Unique* 1 1 100.0 Each th element in a complex data table must have an id attribute whose value is unique relative to all ids on the page.
Headers Attribute* 1 1 100.0 Each td element in a complex data table must have a headers attribute that references the id attributes of associated th elements.
Summary 4 2 50.0
Images
Alt Text* 14 14 100.0 Each img element must have an alt attribute.
Decorative 14 13 92.8 Each img element with an empty alt attribute should be removed; CSS techniques should be used instead.
Small 14 14 100.0 Each img element with width or height less than 8 pixels should be removed; CSS techniques should be used instead.
Summary 14 14 100.0
Layout Tables
Nesting* 14 14 100.0 Tables should be used only for organizing data in rows and columns. Use CSS instead of tables and nested tables to visually layout blocks of related content for graphical rendering.
Summary 14 14 100.0
All Rules for San Francisco(Admis)
Summary 88 58 65.9

Details for San Francisco(Home) Website

URL: http://www.ucsf.edu/

Date: 2010-06-04

San Francisco(Home): Percentage of Pages that Pass Accessibility Rules
Rule Number of Pages Pages that Passed Percentage of Pages Passed Rule Details
Titling
Title Element 71 71 100.0 The page must contain exactly one title element.
Title Content 71 71 100.0 The title element must have text content.
H1 Element* 71 60 84.5 The page must contain at least one h1 element.
Number of H1s 71 59 83.0 The page should contain no more than two h1 elements.
H1 and Title* 71 46 64.7 The text content of each h1 element should match all or part of the title content.
H1 Content 71 60 84.5 Each h1 element must have text content.
H1 IMG Content 71 58 81.6 Each h1 element should have text content exclusive of the alt text of any img elements it contains.
Summary 142 106 74.6
Sub Headings
Nesting* 71 54 76.0 Subheading elements that follow the last h1 should be properly nested.
Content 71 69 97.1 Each subheading element (h2..h6) must have text content.
IMG Content 71 69 97.1 Each subheading element (h2..h6) should have text content exclusive of the alt text of any img elements it contains.
Summary 71 54 76.0
Forms
Labels* 62 54 87.0 Each input element with type=text | password | checkbox | radio | file and each select and textarea element must either be referenced by the for attribute of a label element via its id attribute, or have a title attribute.
Value 30 30 100.0 Each input element with type=button | submit | reset must have either a value attribute or a title attribute.
Alt Text 33 30 90.9 Each input element with type=image must have either an alt attribute or a title attribute.
Label Content 57 57 100.0 Each label and legend element must have text content.
Summary 62 54 87.0
Data Tables
TH Elements* 10 0 0.0 For each data table, the first cell in each column must be a th element, and each row must contain at least one th element.
Summary* 10 2 20.0 Each data table must have a nonempty summary attribute.
Summary Unique 10 9 90.0 The summary attribute value for each data table on a page should be unique.
IDs Unique* 10 10 100.0 Each th element in a complex data table must have an id attribute whose value is unique relative to all ids on the page.
Headers Attribute* 10 9 90.0 Each td element in a complex data table must have a headers attribute that references the id attributes of associated th elements.
Summary 40 21 52.5
Images
Alt Text* 71 32 45.0 Each img element must have an alt attribute.
Decorative 71 18 25.3 Each img element with an empty alt attribute should be removed; CSS techniques should be used instead.
Small 71 65 91.5 Each img element with width or height less than 8 pixels should be removed; CSS techniques should be used instead.
Summary 71 32 45.0
Layout Tables
Nesting* 71 66 92.9 Tables should be used only for organizing data in rows and columns. Use CSS instead of tables and nested tables to visually layout blocks of related content for graphical rendering.
Summary 71 66 92.9
All Rules for San Francisco(Home)
Summary 457 333 72.8