How do I use the features on the report screen?

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Error Report Screen The Error Report is the heart of the plugin and the place you will spend the majority of your time while clearing your website of issues.  Summary At the top of the page is a summary of the number of items to be scanned, the number of issues and percent of your website affected. Next to that is a summary of the errors that have been found. Report Options Below the summary you will find various options to scan your website, filter, print or email the report. View Filter Under the “view” selector you will find the following options: Current – includes errors that are still being reviewed and corrected and that have not been marked “ignored”. Auto Corrected – includes issues that are being automatically filtered out of you pages. Ignored – includes errors that you have determined to be false positives and have been marked “ignored”. All – includes both ignored errors and those that have been identified and are still being reviewed and corrected. Error Type Filter Allows you to display only a particular error type. Post Type Filter Allows you to display only a particular type of content. This includes but is not limited to posts, pages, css files, customfields, widgets and so on. Search The search box will locate content by title or post id. Sort The sort option allows you to display the report in the order that works best for you. Options include: date, content type, error type, title, error Read More »

How do I renew my license?

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Your license is good for unlimited use of the plugin and valid for the number of domains you selected when you made the initial purchase. Support and updates are available free of charge for 1 year. After the first year you can renew your license to continue to receive support and updates. Once your license has expired you will be prompted to renew when downloading updates. Click “Add to Cart” and complete the transaction. Your license will be automatically renewed for another year and you will receive an email with instructions to download the plugin.

How can I change the way the “opens in a new window” popup looks on my website?

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Add the following style to your theme style sheet and change it as desired: a span.wp_ada_hidden { position: absolute; left: -9999px; font-size: 75%; !important;border:1px dotted !important; background-color:#eee; color:#000; font-weight:normal !important; padding: 1px; font-family:arial !important; width:11.5em; text-align: center;} Beaver Buider Styles Beaver Builder editor users may find it necessary to insert the following CSS styles under ther Additional CSS tab of their WordPress website to resolve issues with the popup not displaying correctly. a span.wp_ada_hidden, a.wp-ada-external-popup span.wp-ada-external,a.wp-ada-external-popup span.wp-ada-external {color: #000 !important;}.uabb-creative-button-wrap a{overflow:visible !important;} .wp-ada-colorcontrast3 a span.wp_ada_hidden, .wp-ada-colorcontrast3 a.wp-ada-external-popup span.wp-ada-external,.wp-ada-colorcontrast3 a.wp-ada-external-popup span.wp-ada-external{color: #50d0a0!important;}

What do the View filters mean on the error report screen?

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Current – includes errors that are still being reviewed and corrected and that have not been marked “ignored”. Auto Corrected – includes issues that are being automatically filtered out of you pages. Ignored – includes errors that you have determined to be false positives and have been marked “ignored”. All – includes both ignored errors and those that have been identified and are still being reviewed and corrected.

How can I do a full content scan of my website?

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Click on “Error Report” under the We Accessibility menu and choose, “Quick Scan” or “Crawl & Scan”. Quick Scan: is used when you have already completed a full scan of your website and would like to quickly get through a scan of known content. This option will always scan content found within Wordpess but may exclude linked pages that have not yet been identified. Crawl & Scan: is used when you are aware of content that has been added to your website from outside of WordPress. This option crawls all of the website links to identify and scan content.

What is the license agreement for this software?

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Copyright 2020 AlumniOnline Web Services LLC. All Rights Reserved. This work (and included software, documentation such as READMEs, or other related items) is being provided by the copyright holders under the following license. By obtaining, using and/or copying this work, you (the licensee) agree that you have read, understood, and will comply with the following terms and conditions. Permission to copy and modify this software and its documentation is hereby granted, subject to the following limitations: This software may be used for only one website for an unlimited time period. Redistribution with or without modification are prohibited. Some features of this software may only be available to unexpired license holders. Support is limited to the duration of the purchased license period. The software we offer is provided “as is” without warranty, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. AlumniOnline Web Services LLC assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the software and does not warrant that your website will be free from web accessibility issues when using our software. In no event will AlumniOnline Web Services LLC be liable to the client or any third party for any damages, including any lost profits, lost savings or other incidental, consequential or special damages that may arise related to Web Accessibility of your website while using our software. If any provision of this agreement shall be unlawful, void, or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall Read More »

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