[Athen] Testing Web Accessibility
Teresa.Haven at nau.edu
Thu Jul 9 06:49:46 PDT 2015
Compliance Sheriff does this but Paul is correct that scripting is involved, and I still have to do a lot of manual testing.
On Jul 9, 2015, at 6:17 AM, Paul E. Paire <paire at temple.edu<mailto:paire at temple.edu>> wrote:
When we did our RFP for website auditing software we posed this question to all the major vendors (HiSoftware, Deque, SSBbart, IBM) and they all indicated that they were able to do this (though scripting is probably involved.) I’m not sure if some of the standalone products (like Total Validator) would allow you to do this.
You may be better off doing manual tests (they’ll be required regardless of what solution you choose.)
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Does anyone know of a way to test web accessibility for a site that you have to log into? I love WAVE, but it doesn’t work for me to test course pages in our LMS that require a log in.
Jessica Dzyak, MA, LMHC
Learning Differences Specialist
303 Adams Street, Office B005
Milton, MA 02186
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