I have document (magazine) that uses spreads. When I export the document to pdf spreads, all of the alternate text is fine in the accessibility check. When I export the document to pdf pages, any images that go across a spread and now appear on 2 pages have a error. Essentially, the alt text will work for 1 part of the image, and the other it will not. In the Accessibility check they show up as "Other Elements alternate text - Failed" and the item isn't even in the tags as a Figure. (Half is, half is not).
Does anyone have any solutions for this?
InDesign version 16.0 (latest version); Acrobat Pro DC version 20.0 (latest version)
There are criterion in the accessibility standards (WCAG, PDF/UA-1) regarding redundant information, and that comes into play with elements that cross over a spread, such as the graphic described. The desired end-result:The photo and its Alt-text is live (accessible) only once in the tag tree, on one page or the other. Do not repeat the <Figure> and its Alt-text twice. Uwe's suggestion of 2 frames (one on each side of the spread) is a good workaround, but artifact one half and put the Alt-text o...