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Accessibility Suite Pro Is the ADA Plugin for WordPress
Get detailed reports any developer can use to update your website.
No accessibility knowledge required!
Step 1: Scan Your Entire Site for Accessibility Issues
Don’t settle for solutions which don’t check your entire site. Our ADA Plugin scans everything on your site – that means all media files, posts, pages, and objects.
Step 2: Examine Your Detailed Reports
Get detailed reports that shows you the exact elements in violation and the exact regulations to meet. These reports are designed to be used by any developer regardless of prior accessibility experience.
Step 3: Make Your Updates and Set Recurring Scans
After updating your site under the guidance of your reports, set up a recurring scan. This ensures that your site stays compliant as new content is added.
Get Independently Certified as Accessibility Compliant
Once you have completed all necessary updates to your site, we can independently certify that your site meets compliance. There is no better peace of mind available.
Scans all images, posts, pages, and objects on your site
Displays exact requirements needed for compliance
Color Blindness Report shows site as it appears to 8 different types of color blindness.
Checks the color contrast of text to ensure it is sufficiently legible
Scans in the cloud – saving your server resources
Filter Reports by WCAG A, AA, and Section 508 Errors
Downloadable CSV Reports perfect for creating work estimates
Site Summary with Compliance Grading
Brand New and Improved User Interface
We’ve spent years developing a suite of tools so you can do in just a few days what used to take compliance experts months – without needing to know the ins and outs of WCAG and Section 508 compliance.
Whether you’re new to accessibility or are a compliance expert, this plugin will save you time and frustration as you make your WordPress website accessible.
With the Color Blindness Report, you can see your website through the lens of 8 different types of color blindness