Create High-Quality, Inclusive Content for Every Visitor

These days, websites are home to so much content that it can be hard to keep track of it all. Siteimprove Content & Accessibility lets you see every page, link, media file, and email address in a clean list format. At a glance, you can locate accessibility issues and quality errors like broken links and misspellings, so your organisation's credibility is never compromised.

Keep up with changing accessibility guidelines

Keep your website up-to-date according to global web accessibility standards. Siteimprove Content & Accessibility uses Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) as its guide, so you're always ahead of the curve.

Fix what affects your visitors most

Cut through the noise and decide on which content and accessibility issues you want to tackle first based on practical recommendations, our unique DCI™ scoring system, or your own set of criteria.

Keep your content in tip-top shape

Improve your visitors' experience and maintain a website that is easier to use and comprehend. Page reports with on-page and in-code highlights make it easy to locate the issues so you can go directly to your CMS and fix errors.

Measure the quality of your website

Improve the quality of your website and watch how far you've come. With Siteimprove's intuitive DCI™ scores, customisable dashboards, and automated reports, you and your team can easily keep track of your progress and celebrate wins along the way.

Content Inventory

Keep a bird's eye view of all the content that lives on your website while retaining the ability to dig deeper into any specific page.

  • Keep a pulse on your content library with automated updates
  • Monitor website development and growth using progress graphs
  • Maintain an organised content library with structured categories

Want to learn how an organised content inventory makes your life easier? Check out our blog.

Screenshot of the Quality Assurance overview showing a progress graph with the number of pages, links, documents…in the last year.


When you are immersed in your job, it's easy to lose touch with what makes sense to visitors. Make sure your website is easy to comprehend, so they know exactly what you want them to do.

  • Identify when page content is too dense or hard to comprehend
  • Make sure you speak a language that your visitors can relate to 

Want all the details? Learn more about Readability here.

Screenshot showing a graph of the readability level for the different pages of the website, categorised from "Very easy to read" to "Very difficult to read"

Accessibility Diagnostics

Web accessibility standards are always evolving and keeping up with changes can sometimes seem daunting. Make sure every visitor has access to the information they want from your website and that you are always on the cutting edge of accessibility.

  • Receive a thorough audit of accessibility issues, both pending and resolved
  • Track your improvement with progress graphs and see how far you've come
  • Dig deeper into accessibility issues on a page-by-page basis

Need more insights? Learn more about web accessibility and pdf accessibility checking.

Screenshot showing the detected accessibility issues, categorised by levels of conformance and severity.

Quality Assurance & Accessibility Dashboards

It's always seemed impossible to quantify the quality of your website. When it comes to meeting accessibility requirements like WCAG 2.1 and other global regulations, showing your efforts toward compliance is important. Keep track of your progress and easily demonstrate the steps you've taken.

  • DCI sub-scores for Quality Assurance and Accessibility help to quantify the quality of your website, so you know exactly where you stand
  • Easily keep track of progress
Screenshot showing the overview of the Quality Assurance module. It shows the score of the website's content, details about the score, errors to be fixed in order to improve the score, etc.