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Re: FAE Accessibility evaluate her


From: England, Kristina
Date: Nov 16, 2018 8:26AM

I like how detailed it is. Honestly, it's the only one I feel causes folks here to stop and ask questions they might not have with the other tools because of its results.

Kristina England

On 11/16/18, 10:22 AM, "WebAIM-Forum on behalf of Greg Jellin" < <EMAIL REMOVED> on behalf of <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

FAE is awesome. It isn't perfect, but very detailed and finds things
that other tools don't. It is great to use in addition to other tools.


On 11/16/2018 7:08 AM, Laura Fathauer wrote:
> It has the most extensive, strict ruleset. But I like thata its in the
> browser window and dynamically updates as you browse.
> Laura
> On Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 10:01 AM Patrick H. Lauke < <EMAIL REMOVED> >
> wrote:
>> On 16/11/2018 14:57, Reinhard Stebner wrote:
>>> What do you think of the FAE Web evaluator and how does this compare to
>> Wave? How does this compare with WAVE
>> Last time I looked at it (admittedly a few years back), I found it very
>> "opinionated". Flagging things as failures that were really just best
>> practices/suggestions, in my view (like, from memory, flagging absence
>> of a heading before a navigation section, to indicate it's a navigation
>> section, as a failure)
>> It may have improved in the last few years though...
>> P
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