Embed accessibility best practices into your entire software development lifecycle and prevent the most critical violations before you release.
Continuum Explorer is the simplest way for developers to write beautiful and accessible code. Download this browser extension to check your code for accessibility when "live reloading" modified code in the browser.
Access Assistant allows designers, developers, and quality assurance teams to test their web pages for accessibility instantaneously, directly within the browser.
Most accessibility testing tools will test only the static code. With Access Assistant you can test all iterations of the code, including web components. Elements with violations are highlighted on the page, so you get a good picture of your compliance at-a-glance.
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Leverage this in-browser color picker to evaluate the accessibility of your color palette. This tool allows you to select foreground and background colors and will determine the color contrast ratio between them. If your colors do not have sufficient contrast, this tool will suggest similar colors that are compliant.
Our free web accessibility test will determine whether your website complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 standards. These standards are published by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and are referenced in accessibility legislation around the world. The WCAG standards state that websites should be perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.
Your free report will give your overall compliance score (from 0% to 100%) and show a list of violations. Each violation will be paired with a best practice. For example, all images should have alternative text and that text should be meaningful. If you'd like to access your complete report and test your entire website, we would be happy to help!