In the Accessibility panel, make settings to increase the availability of the website.
Accessibility is important for people with different types of disability. To make websites more accessible, you can enable this option. In SiteVision, this means that the system enables reminders that the user should add:
To check whether the code validates on the page created during publishing, you can enable a validation check that uses the W3C validation tool. If the page validates, a "green result" appears:
If the page does not validate, a "red result" appears: Click the View details button to go to the W3C to see the results.
A new page opens with the W3C validation results.
Check this box to always run a page accessibility test when publishing.
The accessibility test checks, among other things, header levels, if ALT and title are applied to text and images, accessible tables, that the code does not use old attributes. The accessibility test serves as the link check, and you get a result when publishing the page. If it goes well, "green results" appear:
If there are accessibility problems, "red results" appear. Click the View details link to learn more about the problems on the page. Click on the Hide details lick to get back.
Provides an overall picture of the accessibility of the website. Set when the checks should be run and who to send the result to.
An e-mail is sent with a report of the pages where the automatic checks detected accessibility problems. Here you can specify who will receive the report:
If you do not want a scheduled accessibility check but just a check right now, click the Start button. This creates a report immediately.
Check "Enable scheduling" to set when the scheduled check will run. You can set the start time and the frequency of the check.
The report is in English.
This function requires you to have "Manage website settings" permission
The page published: 2019-03-01