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    Regular Coder jamesicus's Avatar
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    Web Content Accessibility checking

    Although the W3C cautions against relying on automatic checking of pages for Accessibility, the (Free) WAVE accessibility evaluation tool provides an excellent way to check pages for such accessibility requirements as correct structure (H1-H6), alternate text for images, missing form labels, links without text ..... etc.

    There is a provision to disable (and re-enable) styles so that you can see how pages render in screen readers and textual Browsers (substituting alternate text for images of course).

    You might want to check your own pages.
    Web Developer Tool Kit - for creating Standards compliant and Interoperable web pages
    W3C Markup Validation Service - validate HTML code for reliable rendering in all Browsers
    WAVE accessibility evaluation tool - check page structure, image alt text, form labels, etc.

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    That is pretty cool!
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