You can test any website that you have crawled using any of the project creation methods. The Website Accessibility Test uses the list of pages in the project sitemap.
After creating a Project, Click the project title and visit the Accessibility page in the left side menu.
Run a Test
Click Run Test after you have opened the Accessibility page.
Accessibility Testing Run
Choose one or multiple Guidelines to test your website against. Select the following Accessibility Guidelines:
- BITV 1.0 (Level 2)
- Section 508
- Stanca Act
- WCAG 1.0 (Level A)
- WCAG 1.0 (Level AA)
- WCAG 1.0 (Level AAA)
- WCAG 2.0 (Level A)
- WCAG 2.0 (Level AA)
- WCAG 2.0 (Level AAA)
- WCAG 2.1 (Level A)
- WCAG 2.1 (Level AA)
- WCAG 2.1 (Level AAA)
Then click Run
Your accessibility test will be available to view within a few minutes. The results of your accessibility test can be viewed by clicking the Test Title.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page to view the Reports. Click on the report title to view the individual page reports.
Click the Test Reports bar to view the Accessibility Report Detail.
Click REVIEW to view each individual page report. This pop-up displays the details of the problems that were found. The description of the problem, the code where the problem appears, and a suggestion of how to repair the problem identified provide you with everything you need to fix the accessibility problem. You can export individual page reports by clicking CSV or PDF in the Accessibility Review pop-up or you can export a site-wide report by clicking the Export Button on the Accessibility page.
This column displays the pass or fails grade of a particular page. You will see a green checkmark if your page is accessible, a red X tells you that your page did not pass the accessibility test.
The tested URL will be displayed in each column above the REVIEW, REFRESH, and VISUALIZE buttons.
Click REFRESH to perform an individual re-check of a page.
Click VISUALIZE to view the webpage within an iFrame with icons indicating the accessibility errors.
Individual Page Report
Known problems (Avg. KP)
The number of accessibility issues that have been identified with certainty as accessibility barriers. You must modify your page to fix these problems, then retest.
Likely problems (Avg. LP)
The number of issues that have been identified as probable barriers, but require a human to make a decision. You will likely need to modify your page to fix these problems;
Potential problem (Avg. PP)
The problems that DYNO Mapper cannot identify and require a human decision. You may have to modify your page for these issues, but in many cases, you will just need to confirm that the problem described is not present and harming usability.
Click Review or the number to see the Accessibility Review page that displays detail for the known problems, likely problems, and potential problems.
Select issue group or individual item. Click on one of the archive buttons. After you have run a subsequent test. The issues/problems that were archived would be pulled out of all pages if you selected the Always Archive Problems on all Pages.
Select from the following archive options:
- Archive Problem
- Always Archive Problem on this Page
- Always Archive Problem on all Pages