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Re: Quail as an Accessibility Testing Tool


From: Lynn Holdsworth
Date: Mar 28, 2015 1:26PM

Hi Denis,

I worked with QuailJS a couple of years back, and although my memory
of it is pretty fuzzy by now, I'm sure you could pick and choose the
tests you want to run or ignore. So you could switch off the check for
title attributes inside links.

Best, Lynn

On 28/03/2015, Dennis Deacon < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> I am just starting my discovery on the accessibility testing tool Quail. I
> understand several larger corporations leverage it for their ongoing
> auditing. While all this sounds good, I've encountered 'red flags' that
> concern me.
> Example: As I read Quail's Accessibility Information Library, there's an
> article that states "All links must have a "title" attribute." From my
> experience the opposite is true.
> I would like to hear others experience with using this tool; accuracy, ease
> of use, etc. Thanks in advance.
> --
> Dennis Deacon
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