Is GMetri is WCAG compliant?¶
According to the WCAG guideline page,
WCAG is primarily intended for: * Web content developers (page authors, site designers, etc.) * Web authoring tool developers * Web accessibility evaluation tool developers * Others who want or need a standard for web accessibility, including for mobile accessibility
The GMetri Authoring tool and experiences fall in neither of the above categories.
- The Authoring tool isn't a normal web page, it is a control panel that is highly dependent on the author being able to visually interpret the editing area.
- As for the experiences created using the authoring tool, they are immersive and/or VR experiences that aren't web pages. These experiences are visual, dynamic content.
The WCAG guidelines weren't made for a use case like this, they were made for usual web pages.