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Test your website against ADA, WCAG, or any other web accessibility standard with the most advanced scanning tools available in the market.
The EqualWeb web accessibility testing will help you know how accessible your website actually is and if it is compliant with the law. Once the testing is complete, we will issue you a comprehensive, albeit, simple report, detailing your accessibility issues along with a compliance score.
Testing for accessibility and compliance is an excellent option for businesses and organizations, of all sizes, to learn how accessible their websites are in the present, which will assist in avoiding lawsuits and ADA claims in the future.
Testing can also be used by those who already have accessibility features but would like to compare them with other high-level accessibility providers or know how their performance levels hold against EqualWeb standards.
Web accessibility testing is a great tool for decision-making in your business. By testing your website against compliance requirements you get to know your accessibility and legal status, from which your following decisions will be much easier and clearer to make.
Before deciding on a web accessibility provider, you can test your website, see how far it is from reaching WCAG 2.1 and ADA standards, and then make a knowledgeable decision for your business, which also includes the specific accessibility plan that will be right for you.
In addition, an accessibility report can be useful for a number of reasons:
Are you about to modify some content and design on your website? If you know where you have accessibility issues and where you don’t, you can save yourself double (and costly) work in the future.
Multiple countries require periodic reports for regulatory reasons. Many companies prefer to delegate this responsibility to external companies that have expertise in the accessibility and compliance fields. This will same these companies time, energy, and money.
Instead of living in uncertain conditions, know your compliance score and how likely you are to be handed a lawsuit, while also knowing how much remediation work is needed to elevate your website to minimum accessibility requirements.
What you get with EqualWeb accessibility testing
EqualWeb’s Web Accessibility Evaluation Report includes:
Overall compliance score
Number of errors
Number of errors fixed with EqualWeb
List of guidelines for WCAG 2.1 issues against Success Criteria (Levels A and AA), with descriptive information and particular scores for every issue
Issues by pages
Our goal is to help you achieve WCAG 2.1 AA conformance, the international industry standard, and be accessible and welcoming to all users. By testing your website with EqualWeb’s evaluation monitor you’re making your first step toward full regulatory compliance and WCAG 2.1 conformance.
Test your website and get started on the road to an accessible future! According to many estimates, there are about 20% individuals with some type of disability, comprising a large portion of the population.
Getting your website on par with accessibility standards is really the minimum requirement in today’s regulatory environment and cultural atmosphere. Inclusion and equity are two important factors for all respectable organizations, and leaving people with disabilities unengaged with online content will soon be a bug of the past.
All website owners and designers should strive for the most up-to-date accessibility industry standards as the digitized world becomes more and more essential in people’s lives. Leaving people with disabilities behind is just not a proper option. As the Department of Justice (DOJ) stated on March 18, 2022: “People with disabilities deserve to have an equal opportunity to access the services, goods and programs provided by government and businesses, including when offered or communicated through websites.”
For more information, see EqualWeb monitoring, auditing, and accessibility report.