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Re: Most accessible WCAG compliance tester for a blind person


From: Jennifer Sutton
Date: May 20, 2011 2:06PM


The one I intend to learn and use is Fireeyes, in conjunction with
Firefox and the Firebug plugin.

And if I have accessibility issues, I hope that we'll be able to work
together to resolve them. See:


I also plan to take a close look at WAVE from WebAIM.

I'm confident that having as many tools as possible in my toolkit
will prove valuable.


At 09:44 AM 5/20/2011, Birkir R. Gunnarsson wrote:
>Greetings, yea wise ones.
>Various tools have come up in various discussions, but I believe I
>have never seen an actual thread on what is the most accessible WCAG
>or other accessibility testing tool out there for web sites.
>Any recommendation would be most apprecited, be it an online service
>or a plug in, free or for profit.
>I have found several accessibility testing suites to be far from
>accessible, which is a bit ironic if one thinks about it.
>I won't name any names, since it's been a few months since I last tested them.
>But I would like to settle on some accessible and easy to use software
>to quickly evaluate WCAG compliance (of course this is supplemented
>with my own screen reader testing and commentary).
>Thanks and be well