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The WP ADA Compliance Plugin has many time saving features built in. The content filter system finds and corrects many common issues on your website, saving you time and money correcting these issues manually. Notifies users when a link opens a new window, PDF documents or other non HTML content Converts absolute font sizes in content to relative sizes (% or ems) Removes empty link and heading tags in content Removes links from images that are linked to themselves Removes redundant alt text and title attributes Adds outline styles to all focusable elements restoring visible keyboard focus Adds role and tabindex attributes to elements with event handlers that are emulating links Adds aria-label attributes with post title to read more links in post archives Adds title attributes to iframe elements Removes phrases such as “image of” or “photo of” from image alt text Converts justified text to left or right aligned and removes option to justify text Adds missing language attributes to html tags Adds skip nav links to pages where they are missing Remove auto play parameters from embedded audio or video Converts title attributes to aria-label on links and corrects accessibility issues with font awesome icons inside links Converts unlinked email addresses to mailto: links Adds “onkeypress” keyboard event handler to elements that include only mouse event handler such as onclick View our version comparison tool to see a complete list of time saving features. Viewing Automatically Corrected Issues Once you have installed the plugin and completed a full scan Read More »
Our software is thoroughly tested and should work as expected. If the software does not work as it was intended or you are not completely satisfied, deactivate the license key, remove the plugin from your website and report it to us within 15 days of purchase and we will issue a refund. Note: Before requesting a refund the plugin must be removed from your website as follows: Go to Settings > Web Accessibility Settings Click on the License Key button Enter the license key received in your purchase email and click “Deactivate”. Go to Plugins > Installed Plugins Locate the WP ADA Compliance Plugin and click “Deactivate” and then “Delete”
Support and updates are free of charge for one year. Users may renew their license to extend support and updates at the end of the license period.
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 correct issues in your code. The WP ADA Compliance Plugin should be used along with the WAVE Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool and/or others tools to ensure complete compliance. Review of WC3 standards and some manual verification is required to ensure compliance. Continue reading to learn how to use the WP ADA Compliance Plugin as part of an overall plan of ADA compliance. The Web Accessibility requirements continue to evolve and to date not all issues can be identified without manual intervention. For this reason, being 100% accessible is difficult. Focus on continuous improvement. Make a plan, take steps to comply and offer an option for users to request assistance if needed. We suggest the following: conduct a full scan of your website using the WP ADA Compliance Plugin and correct current issues on your website. complete the manual checks identified under Web Accessibility dashboard menu on your website enable automatic scans and notifications under the WP ADA Compliance Plugin settings and correct new issues as they occur. The plugin will also scan posts as they are saved, prompting your users to correct issues as they occur. use the WAVE tool by WebAim or associated Chrome plugin to further evaluate your website content, especially the color contrast issues. validate the HTML of your web pages using the WC3 HTML validation service install a link checking plugin, scan and correct Read More »
In addition to the content filter system which corrects many common issues automatically, there are a variety of features included that will improve the accessibility of the content created using the WordPress editor, saving you time and money correcting these issues manually. Converts font size selector to relative sizes (% or ems) Modifies the color picker pallet to include more accessible color options and marks the colors that are not ADA compliant Converts justified text to left or right aligned and removes option to justify text Adds a format selector to easily mark table or image element as “Presentation Only” Adds a media library filter for missing and invalid alt text Stops WordPress from automatically linking images to themselves Allows aria-label attributes to be added to links without switching to html view Links provided to evaluate website content with WAVE (WAVE is maintained by WebAIM whom we are not affiliated with in anyway) Links are provided to evaluate website with the WC3 HTML validation services (This service is maintained by the WC3 whom we are not affiliated with in anyway) Refer to our version comparison tool for a complete list of features.
The WP ADA Compliance Plugin evaluates content for Section 508, WCAG 2.1 Level A and AA Web Accessibility Standards. For each issue that is detected, easy to follow instructions are provided along with error references and links to additional information to improve understanding of the problem. Since not all issues can be automatically detected, the plugin includes a list of manual checks that are required to reach full compliance. As Web Accessibility standards evolve the plugin is continually updated to include the latest requirements. The WP ADA Compliance Plugin identifies the following issues: empty link and heading tags ambiguous link and button text such as “click here” absolute font sizes redundant link text with different destinations iframes missing title attributes object tags missing equivalent text embed, audio or video tags missing equivalent text audio, video or object tags set to autoplay form fields with empty or missing labels images missing alternate text attributes images with empty alternate text attributes and non-empty title or aria-label attributes images with redundant alt and title attributes image tags with alt text that includes “Image of” or “Graphic of” or filenames image map area tags without alternate content redundant, duplicate or missing page titles redundant alt text title attributes that duplicate the link text layout tables without role attributes data tables without heading tags data tables with heading tags but missing scope attributes links that are set to open a new window skip links not included in theme files missing lang attribute on html tags Read More »
It’s the law! In 1998, Congress amended the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to require Federal agencies to make their electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities. This law applies to all Federal agencies, some state and local agencies as well as any entity creating websites for applicable agencies. There is also a strong business case for accessibility. Studies show that accessible websites have better search results, reduced maintenance costs, and increased audience reach. All of which increases profit margin for a business.
Yes, the WP ADA Compliance Plugin has been tested to work with ClassicPress.
Yes, errors found in Elementor editor content will be identified on the editor screen as well as during scans.