Google Chrome Accessibility CheckerEqualWeb offers a uniquely FREE feature, named the EqualWeb Accessibility Checker, which you can add to your Google Chrome browser.
Download the EqualWeb Accessibility Checker and find out which of the most common web accessibility errors are present on your site. You’ll be able to see what needs fixing and how it should be fixed, and it takes only a few minutes to run a scan on your website.
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Download our website accessibility extension for Chrome from the Google Store in the link below.
What is the EqualWeb Checker?The EqualWeb Google Chrome Checker is a free automated auditing tool for WCAG 2.1 conformance.
The Checker analyzes the website and provides a comprehensive report about accessibility issues, including instructions and guidance on how to fix them.
It also automatically scans for Web content that meets legal and government regulations to accessibility.
Working as an extra feature on your browser, the Checker is often used to find errors that are not visible to the naked eye (e.g., text too small) or hard-to-find visual cues (e.g., borders around dropdown menus). Further, it assists webmasters to provide a better user experience to everyone using their websites.
Most importantly, EqualWeb’s accessibility checker provides you with real-time insights into website errors according to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) standards that your users encounter.
How does it work?To use the EqualWeb Accessibility Checker, simply click the EqualWeb icon on your chrome browser.
The Checker will flag static and dynamic accessibility issues on your HTML pages filtered by the WCAG 2.1 A/AA/AAA conformance levels.
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What does the Checker not check?The EqualWeb Accessibility Checker does not cover all areas of a website. Some features that the Checker doesn’t test include:
Check ADA complianceAuditing your websites for accessibility is important if you want to comply with the law and have a website that’s accessible to everyone. A good way to get started is to audit your website for accessibility errors with EqualWeb’s accessibility checker.
Automated testing helps websites meet ADA standards.EqualWeb helps web developers ensure their websites meet or exceed the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) with our free accessibility checker Chrome extension tool.
The Checker detects issues that discriminate against users with disabilities, so you can improve your customer’s experience while remaining compliant with federal law.
All it takes is one click, and we’ll provide you with an accessibility score as well as let you know exactly what needs fixing so that everyone has access to the information they need.
For full ADA compliance you will need EqualWeb’s powerfully technological accessibility widget as well as our manual services, offered on our Pricing page.
Our EqualWeb Accessibility Checker, however, is a great solution to run quick tests on your website at any time and discover what errors require fixing.
Check WCAG conformanceAuditing your websites for accessibility is important if you want to comply with the law and have a website that’s accessible to everyone, regardless of most disabilities.
The best way to have your website comply with regulatory standards is to test it against WCAG Success Criteria. Conforming your site to WCAG standards—a service that EqualWeb provides in full, seamlessly meeting the latest WCAG 2.1 Level AA standards—is the safest way to go as they are a benchmark for many governments internationally.
The EqualWeb Accessibility Checker will flag static and dynamic accessibility issues on your site filtered by the WCAG 2.1 A/AA/AAA conformance levels.
EqualWeb is the only company recognized by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to be fully compliant with their web content accessibility guidelines, WCAG 2.1.
Accessibility checker FAQ
How It Works
Our Google Chrome browser plugin will automatically check for errors, locating and identifying up to 70% of initial concerns.
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Download the EqualWeb Accessibility Checker from the Google Chrome web store.
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Open any page and click the EqualWeb icon on the Chrome browser. The EqualWeb sidebar will open automatically in your browser.
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Click on Scan with EqualWeb.
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