Haven't been able to find much information online. There is a page for docs accessibility standards but I don't see specific points mentioned.
Do google doc's presentations meet accessibility standards? It seems like they say they do, but when I access the actual presentation, I can't click or highlight any text, and the markup seems a mess, though text is in the markup. Can a screen reader pick them up?
Basically I am just looking for an accessible way to present powerpoint-esque presentations online, and if google doc's presentations are accessible, then it's fine. But at least, when viewing the actual presentation (starting the presentation), the markup doesn't appear accessible so I am not 100% sure.
I see there is also a show presentation in HTML view, which is way more accessible but unfortunately doesn't have a slide manager/table of contents on it, which is kind of a shame.
Does anyone know or have experience with this?