Website Accessibility Testing with DYNO Mapper® – v1.0

Website Accessibility Testing with DYNO Mapper® – v1.0


Website accessibility testing has never been
easier, thanks to DYNO Mapper’s accessibility checker. You can test any website that you have crawled
using the Create from URL option the sitemaps menu. In the left side menu, Click Accessibility Select the sitemap of the website that you
would to run an accessibility test on from the dropdown located under Accessibility. After you have selected your website from
the dropdown menu, click Run a Test. Select one or multiple Guidelines that you
would like your website tested against. DYNO Mapper tests against the following Accessibility
Guidelines: Click the X to delete any unnecessary guidelines
from the list. Then, click Run After a few minutes, your accessibility test
will be available to view. Click the Test Title option to see the results
of your accessibility test. The Status column lets you know if that particular
page passed or failed the accessibility test. A green checkmark means that your page is
accessible, a red X indicates that your page did not pass the accessibility test. The URL of each page tested will be included
in a sortable list in the Link Column The Known problems column shows the number
of accessibility issues that have been identified with certainty as accessibility barriers. You must modify your page to fix these problems,
then retest. The Likely problems column show the number
of issues that have been identified as probable barriers, but require a human to make a decision. You will likely need to modify your page to
fix these problems; The Potential problems column shows the problems
that DYNO Mapper cannot identify and require a human decision. You may have to modify your page for these
issues, but in many cases you will just need to confirm that the problem described is not
present and harming usability. Click on the numbers in each column to see
the Accessibility Review pop-up. This pop-up displays the details of the problems
that were found. The description of the problem, the code where
the problem appears, and a suggestion of how to repair the problem identified provides
you everything you need to fix the accessibility problem. You can export individual page reports by
clicking CSV or PDF in the Accessibility Review pop-up or you can export a site wide report
by clicking the Export Button on the Accessibility page.

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