Adobe Acrobat stops (ADA/Accessibility/Remediation) of remaining pages in Document. HELP!

Community Beginner ,
Aug 19, 2022 Aug 19, 2022

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I am at the end of the remediation of a 17-page PDF document.
I was able to tag 10 of the pages. I still have 7 pages left to tag and correct the tag order in order to pass my accessibility test.
I have cleaned up all automated junk tags. The overall file size is 3.1mb. But again, I keep hitting a wall with tagging. I have also done the following...
1. I have cleaned up all automated junk tags

2. The images are all optimized.
3. The Adobe Acrobat program has been deleted and reinstalled. I am only utilizing H, P, B and Artifact tags in the document. 

NOTE: The Acrobat DC Program tends to crash at times while tagging.
Thank you. And please VOTE in all elections. Our only voice.

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Comment review and collaborate PDF , Crash or freeze , Create PDFs , Edit and convert PDFs , General troubleshooting , PDF forms , Scan documents and OCR , Standards and accessibility

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Aug 19, 2022 Aug 19, 2022

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For Clarity Adobe Community, I need a fix to this problem with remediation tagging and the program clunking out on me. Thank you again and don't forget to VOTE.

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Aug 21, 2022 Aug 21, 2022

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First, before you read the rest of this, know that accessibility can be fairly overwhelming when you first start out. I can see from your tag structure that you might be missing a few key basic concepts about tag structure. Please take what I am about to say with all the love I can put forth. You need some additional instruction. I am happy to donate my time to guide you in the right direction if you want. 

 

Some of the things that need addressing in this document:

1. <Artifact> is not a tag that belongs in the tags tree. It should only exist in the Content Panel. 

2. You have a link (QR) with no associated content. 

3. The Acrobat checker shows a lot of errors. This document needs quite a bit of work.I am guessing you tried to autotag the document because it even tried to create a form field.

4. You have <LI> items with no Parent <L> structure.

5. You have list elements tagged as headings

6. You are skipping headings. You have to stay in order.

 

There are a lot more things I can point out but I think you get the point. Accessibility is a process. It takes a bit to get it all together. I would be more than happy to help point you in the right direction. Feel free to reach out here or on LinkedIn - Dax Castro

 

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Aug 23, 2022 Aug 23, 2022

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Thank you Dax Castro. I will reach out to you on Linked In. 
I am new to this process and must learn this new skill to stay relevant. 

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