For a website to be accessible, it must be compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA – the international gold standard for making a website accessible to people with disabilities.
The latest announcement by Accessi.org aims to provide a convenient, professional, and free solution for auditing and analyzing web page components for WCAG 2.1 compliance.
On Accessi.org anyone can perform an automatic scan of their website — including the background and foreground elements — to identify accessibility errors according to the latest WCAG 2.1 standards, and to evaluate their impact on individuals with a variety of disabilities.
The automated web accessibility checker on Accessi.org assesses a website’s code to provide a detailed audit report that contains prioritized recommendations to enable individuals to remove barriers that could prevent people with disabilities from accessing their websites.
Uniquely designed, Accessi provides visual illustrations of accessibility errors and recommendations for fixing those errors. This ensures that anyone can easily understand the recommendations made. Clients are able to download a report for free and share it with their clients or developers, as well as generate an accessibility statement for their website.
With Accessi.org, People don’t have to be accessibility experts to have accessible websites.
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