WordPress Web Accessibility Software
WP ADA Compliance Check is the most comprehensive web accessibility solution for WordPress. Trusted by thousands of small business, government and educational institution websites to comply with Section 508 and WCAG 2.1 LEVEL A/AA Web Accessibility Standards.
Our WordPress Web Accessibility plugin includes 79 individual error checks, far more than comparable solutions. It evaluates content for Web Accessibility issues anywhere on your website. It integrates seamlessly into your workflow, evaluating your website for Web Accessibility issues when content is published or you can run a complete scan of your website to identify issues in all of your content. Accessibility reports provide references and easy to follow instructions. No other solution compares in ease of use.
Scans the entire website: posts, pages, custom post types, theme files, widgets, shortcodes, custom fields, term descriptions, menus, excerpts, archives, embedded iframes, PDF files, css files and even linked pages that are not in WordPress.
Integrates seamlessly into your existing workflow with scans while content is published as well as full website scans, scheduled and on demand single page scans.
Finds and displays the exact code and location. Provides link to edit the affected content. No other solution compares in ease of use.
Includes a web accessibility widget to enhance the accessibility of the website. Includes a statement of your commitment to accessibility, a link to report problems and toolbar with a variety of options to further enhance the accessibility of the website.
Identifies untagged PDF files. Untagged PDF files are scanned documents or documents that are not correctly formatted for screen reader users. Our plugin will identify and report these files so they may be evaluated with Adobe Acrobat Pro.
Our web accessibility software must be used along with the WAVE Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool, WC3 HTML Validation Service, Broken Link Checkers and/or other tools to ensure complete compliance. Review of WCAG standards, use of screen reading software and some manual verification is required. Refer to our frequently asked questions for more on what this plugin does and does not do as well as how it can be used as part of a holistic plan to ensure compliance.