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From: Gunderson, Jon R
Date: Feb 24, 2011 12:48PM


Yes FAE is accessible.

Jon


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Jon

Is the analyzer itself accessible to screen reader users (I know, sounds like almost an insulting question, but many of those evaluators I have tried turn out not to be).


On 2/24/11, Gunderson, Jon R < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> Christina,
>
> The Illinois Functional Accessibility Evaluator is free to use tool to
> evaluate multiple web pages.
>
> http://fae.cita.illinois.edu
>
> Version 1.1 released last month will analyze dynamically generated
> HTML content from inline scripting and onload events.
>
> You can create a free account at following link:
>
> http://fae.cita.illinois.edu/accounts/register/
>
> There are currently more than 2000 registered users and FAE has
> analyzed over a million web pages for accessibility features in the past year.
>
> http://fae.cita.illinois.edu/about/usage/?span=all
>
> Jon
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ] On Behalf Of Christina
> Porter
> Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 8:37 PM
> To: WebAIM Discussion List
> Subject: Re: [WebAIM] Enterprise Level Accessibility Testing Tools
>
>
>
> I would be interested in how useful you find the tools.
>
> HiSoft
> was used a few years ago to audit the govt agency sites here in NZ. I
> found the HiSoft report generally meaningless but it might have
> improved since then.
>
> We have a lot of pdf files on our site. And nearly all are converted
> to HTML equivalents, the tool picked up that pdf files existed and
> gave us a fail and did not continue.
>
> I was
> quite disappointed in the result but it may have been due to poor
> deployment.
>
>> Hi folks,
>>
>> I am doing a
> bit of market research on enterprise level accessibility
>> testing
> tools and want to make sure that I am not missing anything. So far
>> we have Deque, IBM/Watchfire and HiSoft on the list. We are looking
> at
>> systems capable of scanning large websites. Anyone else that
> we should be
>> looking at?
>>
>> Mike Moore
>> Accessibility Coordinator, DARS
>>
>