Web Accessibility Toolbar for IE

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Web Accessibility Toolbar for IE image

The Web Accessibility Toolbar (WAT) for IE can assist in evaluating a web page for compliance to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). The WAT was developed by Steve Faulkner in a collaboration between Vision Australia, The Paciello Group (Europe) and Jun of the Web Accessibility Tools Consortium. The source code is hosted on GitHub. The Web Accessibility Toolbar has been developed to aid manual examination of web pages for a variety of aspects of accessibility.

Source: Vision Australia

Product identification
Modelo/Versión D8
2015
Published
Clasificación ISO
Discontinued
No
Information source
Website of the entity

Product versions
The table shows the software updates The first column shows the name of the version and the second column shows the date the version was published.
Name Published
Web Accessibility Toolbar 2015
Web Accessibility Toolbar 2012
Web Accessibility Toolbar 2011
Web Accessibility Toolbar 2.0
Web Accessibility Toolbar 1.2
Features
  • Identify components of a web page
  • Provide access to alternate views of page content
  • Facilitate the use of third party online applications
Specifications / Requirements
System
Operating system
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
Platform
Microsoft Windows
Language
English
Web browser
Internet Explorer
Accessibility
Guidelines
BITV
Section 508
WCAG 2.0
Format
CSS
HTML
XHTML
Automatic check
Individual pages
Result
Report Generation
Page transformed
Reports
HTML
Comments / Specifications / Additional Requirements
  • The toolbar has been tested on Windows Vista/7/8 and it should work with Internet Explorer 9/10/11.
  • If you have a previous version of the toolbar installed, un-install it before installing the latest version. Ensure that Internet Explorer is not running during the install/uninstall process.
  • A few of the toolbar functions will only work when you are connected to the internet, as their functionality relies on online resources (JavaScript, Style Sheets and images) or third party web-based services.
Commercial information
License
GNU General Public License
Distribution method
Free

Sellers / Distributors of Web Accessibility Toolbar for IE

Entities that distribute the product
Table of entities that sell or distribute the product In the first column the name of the suppliers is shown, in the second "Territory" the countries where they are commercialized, in the third if it is sold by electronic commerce, in the fourth face-to-face sale and the fifth sale on request (telephone, form, mail etc.)
Entity Country E-commerce Physical Store Tele-commerce
The Paciello Group Internet, United Kingdom
Web Accessibility Tools Consortium (WAT-C) Internet, Australia, USA, Japan