Is your website WCAG compliant?

If you’re unsure how to make your website compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), you’re not alone. Use Siteimprove’s Accessibility Checker to find out if your website complies with WCAG guidelines – with just one click. Siteimprove provides automated accessibility testing that strictly adheres to WCAG requirements and conformance levels (A, AA, and AAA), so you can quickly and easily identify accessibility issues that discriminate against users with disabilities.

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What is WCAG?

WCAG, developed as part of the Web Accessibility Initiative by W3C, is the internationally recognized standard for digital accessibility best practices. They focus on four key principles for every website:

  • Perceivable
  • Operable
  • Understandable
  • Robust   

How to check your website for WCAG compliance

To make your website accessible, the best known and universally accepted standards are WCAG. Given the number of guidelines in place for WCAG compliance, it’s a good idea to use a specialist accessibility tool, like Siteimprove Accessibility Checker. You can ensure all users enjoy equal access to your website by using the Siteimprove Accessibility Checker, which tests any page on your website for WCAG compliance. Simply add the URL for the page you want to check to:

  • Receive an email detailing your results to share with your team
  • View your unique website accessibility score
  • See an overview of your page’s accessibility – with 15 common accessibility issues checked
  • Get a clear explanation of each accessibility issue on your page  
Website with accessibility issues