The single page scanner is powered by the same engine as our WP ADA Compliance Check Plugin. Because it will identify issues in your theme files, use it to find out if you need the full version.
Landmarks provide a way to identify the organization and structure of a web page. The structural information conveyed visually to users should be represented programmatically Read More »
The WP ADA Compliance Plugin is designed to automatically convert absolute font sizes such as pixels or points to ems or percentages which scale better Read More »
The current version of the WP ADA Compliance plugin does not support password protected website scans but version 3, scheduled for release in late 2021 Read More »
Go to Settings > Html Validation Click on the License (Pro) tab Enter the license key received in your purchase email and click “Deactivate”. Go Read More »
The WP ADA Compliance plugin has a variety of content filters designed to correct issues on your website. Rather than changing the database content, the Read More »
Once the filters are enabled, the plugin will correct many obsolete attributes automatically but there may be some that still exists. For these instances we Read More »
There are situations when plugins may unknowingly create duplicate id attributes in your pages. Do to the possibility of it breaking features on your website, Read More »
The WP ADA Compliance Plugin will identify many issues that would commonly occur on your website. It provides many time saving features that will automatically Read More »
All web pages must have complete start and end tags, be nested according to their specifications, not contain duplicate attributes, and IDs must be unique. Read More »
The HTML Validation Plugin runs in the background, identifies and reports HTML validation errors on your website. Once activated, the HTML Validation plugin uses WordPress cron to scan your website content in the background. A progress bar on the report screen indicates scan progress. Posts may also be scanned using the Validate HTML link provided on the “All Posts” screen.
Animated gifs that repeat non-stop or more than 3 times in one second should be avoided. To ensure compliance, animated images should stop after 5 Read More »
The software may be used for as long as you like after paying the one time fee but we strongly recommend that you renew the Read More »
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This is normally caused by a caching plugin or server side caching such as PHP NGINX.
If any audio plays automatically for more than 3 seconds, either a mechanism must be available at the top of the page to pause or Read More »
Users are accustomed to using a variety of methods of finding content on websites. Many users prefer search, others prefer navigation menus, and some prefer Read More »
Alternate text, also called alt tags and alt descriptions, describes images to visually impaired users. Without alternative text, the content of an image will not Read More »
While it is a common practice to open external links in a new window it should never be done without first notifying the user. There Read More »
Comply with Section 508 and WCAG 2.1 LEVEL A/AA Web Accessibility Standards on your websites.
Yes, the WP ADA Compliance Plugin evaluates html code formatted using HTML 4, HTML 5 and Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) standards.
If a license expires some features of the plugin may no longer be active. After renewing your license you may need to refresh the license Read More »
Table of Contents To configure the plugin go to Settings > Web Accessibility Settings, choose your options and click “Save”. After each new release, new Read More »
Version 2.3.3 The widget toolbar is included as a link inside the web accessibility widget but may also be implemented using a shortcode. Before using Read More »
The plugin includes a public facing accessibility widget to enhance the accessibility of your website and demonstrate your commitment to ADA compliance. The widget includes Read More »
Tables and images used for presentation only should include a “role” attribute set to ”presentation”. Alternatively images may include an “alt” attribute that is empty. Read More »
Defining Custom Aria-Label Values for font-awesome Icons Non image icons such as font awesome are frequently used inside links without link text. Either a title Read More »
Version 2.3.3 To view only errors in content that has changed after a certain date, choose a modified date and click “Filter”. Content that does Read More »
The Ninja Tables plugin appears to use client side programming to prepare and display its tables. Client side activities take place in the browser after Read More »