My web sites and pages
Originally Posted by jerry62704
Looking at your page, it looks like I have a lot of reading to do.
Do you have any example sites that have already done it?
Although the W3C cautions against relying on automatic checking of pages for Accessibility, the (Free) WAVE accessibility evaluation tool
provides an excellent way to check pages for such accessibility requirements as correct structure (H1-H6), alternate text for images, missing form labels, links without text ..... etc. Here are the WAVE check results for my site pages
There is a provision to disable (and re-enable) styles so that you can see how pages render in screen readers and textual Browsers (substituting alternate text for images of course).
You might want to check your own pages.
I haven't checked around the web recently but all US Federal Agencies sites and pages have to be "section 508" compliant - US Government Access Board Guide to the Section 508
. I believe the US Justice Department is on point for enforcement.
You might check some random sites/pages.