In InDesign CC version 13.0, there are serious problems with tagging anchored objects and the use of the “Article” panel as described in “Defining logical reading order in InDesign”.Continue reading "Anchored objects not tagged"
In the document properties of the PDF you can define whether the document is displayed with the file name or the document title. This appears in the window title bar of Acrobat (Reader) as well as AT uses this kind of information.Continue reading "Document title isn’t set"
In PDFs exported from Word, the Bounding Box attributes of all existing images are missing, regardless of the layout option they were placed with.Continue reading "
Figurewithout Bounding Box"
Images in Word are always be at block level in exported PDFs. The <Figure> tag does not have any additional attributes that identify it as a block element.Continue reading "Image as block element"
In order for a PDF document to be technically accessible, the PDF/UA identifier (metadata) must be set.Continue reading "PDF/UA identifier is missing"
To ensure that the structure made with headings can always be understood, the heading levels mustn’t be skipped. This means <H1> mustn’t be followed directly by <H3>. However, after a <H3> another <H1> can follow, because a new chapter begins for example.Continue reading "Skipped heading levels"
When exporting a table from Word 2013, the lines of a table are set within <Span> tags. <Span> tags are not allowed inside a <TR> (table row) on the same level as the <TD> tags (table cell). In addition, table lines must be marked as artifacts and must not be tagged.Continue reading "Tagged table lines"