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Accessibility Tools & Resources


There are a number of accessibility checkers, manual checks and screen readers that can be used to check a website's accessibility.

Be advised that accessibility checkers typically will only catch 40-50% of issues requiring the use of a couple different tools as well as manual checks.

  • (paid software)
  • – pages are checked against more than 700 standards-based checkpoints. (Paid software, 30-day demo available).

Chrome Extensions

  •  (free)
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  • (free)
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Manual Checks

  • Manual review of HTML code
  • - manual review of site navigability using only keyboard controls
  • in demo mode (Windows)
  • (Nonvisual Desktop Access) (Windows)
  • (Mac)
  • Google , a Google Chrome screen reader extension

 

Accessibility Checklists


An accessibility checklist serves as a reference point and shared standard for web content accessibility for individuals, organizations and governments.