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    recommendation for site accessibility testing tool

    Hi

    I need a recommendation for site accessibility testing.

    I am accustomed to producing customer websites that are validated and pass checkpoints in WCAG, WAI and Section 508.

    I usually check 1 page at a time using a variety of online tools.

    I'd like to pay for a windows client application that will spider/trawl a site and warn me of pages that fail accessibility tests. I'd like it to produce reports (ideally, that I can rebrand).

    I'm happy to pay no more than $200 for such software if open source/free versions don't exist.

    It'd be wonderful if it could validate XHTML, CSS as well, but not critical.

    So far I have found ACCVerify ($999) which is great but expensive, WebKing ($3000) even more so and Bobby ($299).

    Given the requirements above can anyone recommend anything else?


    Matt
    Last edited by MattyUK; 07-31-2006 at 07:08 PM.


 

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