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The Accessibility Platform
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Get a first glimpse of how accessible your interface is with Aceit's automatic testing tool.
To support you in the process of determining the accessibility level of your digital interfaces, Aceit has a built-in automatic tool. The tool is primarily intended to support you in your work, not to test as much as possible. That's an important difference between Aceit and other automatic tools. No tool can verify that an interface is accessible, they can only help you identify potential issues. Many tools are designed to test as much as possible. The result is an overwhelming amount of competing information that takes a long time to understand. Instead, Aceit's automatic tools aim to support you in the manual work you always have to do to be able to correctly determine how accessible your interface is.
Since the accessibility evaluation results in a lot of data in a rather complex table, we have chosen to design the service primarily for large screens. You may still use the service on a mobile device, but it will be a little bit more challenging.
Read more about the service, and how to interpret the result(xlsx-fil open in a new window)
Specify which pages you want the tool to base its analysis on. You can then choose whether the tool should continue and analyse more pages than the ones you specified here. The purpose of this is to ensure that you get important/interesting pages. For example, you could select:
…and so on.
You can select up to 25 pages.
You can also choose between Dasktop and Mobile. If you choose Dasktop, the page will be rendered as if it were displayed on a computer with a large screen (1920x1080), using Chrome in Windows. If you choose Mobile instead, the page is rendered as if it were displayed on a mobile with a small screen (320x568), using Safari in iOS. You can add the same address twice if you want to analyze it both on Dasktop and on Mobile.
If you do not have a product key, you can only analyse five pages.
The information you enter here will be sent unencrypted. Make sure that the code doesn’t contain any secret or sensitive information like sign in information and user information.
Tell me about the results table
The numbers each indicate the result of a test. 0 means that no problems were found. Click on a table cell to see details. The percentage displayed to the left is an aggregated result for each page. This figure does not say anything about how users are impacted, but it can be used as an indication of the status of the page.
The table below uses red color to indicate clear WCAG violations. Yellow color is used for other potential issues.
This issue won’t be highlighted as an issue from now on, but the changes wont take effect until the next time you analyse this page or website.If you later on want to remove this issue from the list with issues to ignore you can do so on the page “My pages”.Please note that this change will only have effect on analyses made with this product key. Other users will still get the issue reported as an issue. If you think that this is an issue that shouldn’t been seen as an issue at all, anywhere, please contact us and report it.