Comprehensive Analysis Report
Find out what is causing and how to fix your websites WCAG 2.0 Issues
The Comprehensive Website Accessibility Analysis Report provides the detail you need to identify and fix specific WCAG 2.0 issues with your website.
- Principal 1: Perceivable - Information and user interface components must be presented to users in ways they can perceive. This means that users must be able to comprehend the information being depicted.
- Principal 2: Operable - User interface components and navigation must be operable. The interface cannot require interaction that a user cannot perform.
- Principal 3: Understandable - Users must be able to understand the information as well as the operation of the user interface.
- Principal 4: Robust - Content must be robust enough that it can be interpreted reliably by a wide variety of user agents, including assistive technologies. As technologies and user agents evolve, the content should remain accessible.
Specific issues discovered under each of the guidelines is detailed with an explanation of why the issue is considered an accessibility issue; specific examples from the website URLs with highlighted screenshots illustrating visually where the issue are located within the webpage and suggestion on techniques to fix the issue.
The report also contains supplementary data found while scanning the website such as file types, email and external domains and an analysis of your website summarized into the following logical groupings:
- Media: Ensure that all Media items such as animations/video and audio have an alternative means of understanding the content. Test results include: Text Equivalency; Image Mapping & Media Plugins
- Structure: Ensure that your HTML layout structuring is necessary and informative. Test results include: Table Layout; Frame Layout; Animation Flicker; Skip Content; Descriptive Content and Adjustable Text.
- Text: Text should be readable, understandable and appropriately marked up. Test results include: Descriptive Content and Appropriate Text.
- Cascading Style Sheets (CSS): Pages that use one or more of the listed external style sheets should be checked to make sure they're still readable and well organized without the stylesheet(s). Test results include: Usable Without Styles, Adjustable Text, Keyboard Accessible and No Blink.
- Form: Forms must be usable and properly labeled and identified with tag and attribute based relationships. Testing results includes Usable Forms.
Website Tools & Services Description
Website accessibility is no longer just an altruistic pursuit. There are legal requirement with an active community that enforce website accessibility. The Bureau of Internet accessibility is here to help you achieve, maintain and prove your website is compliant. Our automated tools & services will help you and your team identify and resolve accessibility issues.
Scanning for Website Accessibility per ADA, Section 508 & WCAG 2.0
BOIA.org actively scans websites for all website accessibility issues including the United States Justice Department standards for ADA compliance, Section 508 (1194.22) of the Recovery Act and the International standard WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). More about our testing
Legal documentation to help prevent and cure ADA related complaints and lawsuits
The new frontier in lawsuits is website accessibility. We will provide you in with the appropriate documentation that will prove your websites accessibility or highlight your efforts in achieving a fully compliant website.
In addition to identifying broken/missing links our Link Validator also checks validity of the following:
Certificates (SSL), email addresses, unreachable domains, and improper redirection.
We tell you how to fix issues
Each issue found is identified with the specific line of code and instructions on how to fix the issue.
Visual indication of page problems
Any issues that can be displayed within the context of your Web page are highlighted and overlaid with an informative live view.
Your accessibility seal
Organizations that become full website Members can display specially assigned membership-seal images on their own website. The seal incorporates their domain name as a watermark. Visitors can click on the seal to pop-up a BOIA.org website profile page, and learn more of your accessibility efforts. More about our seals
Example Site Seals
Both graded and ungraded seals are available as Member options.
Each month, your website(s) will be automatically scanned for accessibility issues. Your designated Website contact can be emailed when scanning services complete.
Full Website Membership allows any number of on-demand scan requests. While you are fixing your website, you can rescan your site to ensure issues resolved.
Publication to Google, Bing & Yahoo
Each month your website will be included as an accessibility member with the Bureau of Internet Accessibility with Google, Bing and Yahoo.
Enterprise solutions are available for managing larger websites, multiple websites and user feedback management. Our enterprise solutions are tailored for the needs of larger websites and organizations requiring greater control. Call us at: 401-830-0075 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org