Accessibility is important for physically impaired people. In order to make websites more accessible for people you can activate this alternative. In SiteVision it means the system will give you reminders about:
If you do not wish to use layouts build by tables when creating page templates you can use CSS columns. These behave somewhat different then tables, so you need to be more thorough when you create the templates and add content on the pages (follow the measures indicated by the page template.)
Checks if the code validates on the page created at publishing. If the page validates there will be a "green result":
Click W3C report in order to see the result. A new page will be opened with the result from W3C.
Check this box if you would like to activate an automatic accessibility test to be run at each publishing of a page.
The accessibility test will among other things check heading level, if alt and title is used on text and images, tables, that old attributes are not used in the code. The accessibility test works as the link check and you will have a result at publishing of the page. If Ok there will be a "green result":
Otherwise there will be a "yellow result" which means the page have accessibility warnings:
Otherwise there will be a "red result", which means the page have accessibility errors.
Click on Show report in order to see the result.
Gives a comprehensive view of the accessibility on the website. Click the button Configure in order to decide when the test is to be performed and to whom the result should be sent to. An email will be sent with a report of which pages where the automatic control has found accessibility problems. A new dialog will be opened:
If you don´t want to have a scheduled test, click the button Run accessibility test now.
This function requires the right "site properties".
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