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Website Accessibility WCAG Checker

Website accessibility and compliance made simple. Create a website that is built with accessibility in mind and to WCAG industry standards, with the help of the Recite Me Accessibility Checker. 

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Let's create a website that is accessible to everyone!

We know that our websites need to be built to an accessible standard, but where do we start on this journey? How do we make our websites accessible, and how do we make them compliant?

The world of accessibility and making your website compliant with a law or standard can be a confusing and daunting subject for many. The Recite Me Website Accessibility Checker is changing the way we address WCAG Guidelines on our websites. The key is to simplify the process and tasks while supporting you with expert knowledge. Together you’ll become an accessibility hero in no time with our accessibility checker!

Download a Free Accessibility Check of your Website

We need to make sure that our websites are accessible to the widest possible audience. To do this they need to be built to a standard that will help everyone.

To kick-start your accessibility compliance journey please book a call with Recite Me team today!

What is the risk of an inaccessible website?

Online accessibility is as much about building a compliant website as it is providing a friction-free user experience. 

How your website is built against accepted industry standards (WCAG) has a real-world impact, such as… 

  • Falling foul of local and international laws (ADA, UK Equality Act, European Public Bodies) 
  • Providing poor user experiences, creating barriers within valuable online journeys 
  • Risk of negative brand sentiment and possible reputational damage
  • A downturn in website performance and SEO impact

Don’t accept this risk, Recite Me is here to remove the fear and complexity from your journey towards web accessibility compliance.

Start Your WCAG Compliance Journey

Online accessibility is a journey, not a destination. Recite Me is here to help you every step of the way to provide an inclusive and compliant website. We save you time and money by highlighting what needs fixing first for the biggest ROI. Take your accessibility journey further and faster with Recite Me!

Website Accessibility Scan


Your accessibility journey starts here with a scan of your website covering WCAG 2.2 success criteria.

Accessibility Scanner Fix


We show you what to fix for the biggest improvement against your internal efforts and time.

Track Accessibility fixes


Track your web accessibility improvements over time and manage your fix queue.

Scan accessibility score and report


Share your accessibility report & score to showcase your continuing journey to digital inclusion

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The Right Thing to do
Everyone should have the opportunity to be able to access online content. Make your website inclusive to all by supporting people who are neurodivergent, visually impaired, speak English as a second language or of old age.
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The Smart Thing to do
Make your business available to a wider audience and enhance the user experience journey on your website. Providing an accessible website increases web traffic, engagement and ultimately leads to more uptake and sales conversions.
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The Thing I must do
There are several international and regional laws plus many local regulations that stipulate how a website should be designed and built. Avoid negative customer sentiment and possible lawsuits by providing an inclusive experience online.

WCAG Accessibility Checklist

Download our WCAG Accessibility Checklist, this resource will provide you with an overview of the most common WCAG 2.2 errors. Which will help you to improve your website and user experience through accessibility best practices.

Online Accessibility and Inclusion Toolkit

Download our Digital Inclusion Toolkit that was developed to help businesses make a real difference to the millions of people who encounter online barriers. The 40 page document provides practical advice covering the complete landscape of online accessibility.

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Accessibility Checker FAQs

The Recite Me Accessibility Audit Checker can be used for a wide variety of website compliance checks. Some of these accessibility checks include issues such as; colour contrast, compatibility for screen readers, font size, headings, titles, image alternative text, website navigation, readability and more. The checker will give you a detailed report on exactly what changes you need to implement and how to do it. With an accessibility score assigned to your website’s design after each scan, which you can work on improving.
Becoming WCAG compliant on your website is important for a variety of reasons. It helps ensure you do not fall foul of local and international laws mitigating the chance of potential lawsuits. Our compliance checker can also provide a wide variety of secondary and indirect benefits. Making your website accessible is important as it allows more people to use it by reducing accessibility problems. In turn increasing revenue and boosting your brand reputation through improved user experience.

There are four main standards that our accessibility tool checks for. These standards are outlined in the WCAG 2.2 accessibility guidelines and are as follows:

  • Perceivable
  • Operable
  • Understandable
  • Robust

Perceivable refers to addressing factors such as providing text alternatives to images and other non-text multimedia. In addition to making the website easier to see, the use of our colour contrast checker is great for this.

Operable refers to usability aspects, our accessibility analyser will look for issues such as navigation. Is the website fully explorable from a keyboard, can users easily find content, is there any content that could cause seizures or physical reactions and more.

Understandable looks at the readability aspect of the website. Checks are in place for descriptive labels, ensuring the language content is written in is clear and having features of the website behave in a consistent way.

Robust refers to the website’s ability to maximize compatibility with a wide variety of assistive tools. Our web page accessibility analyser will check your website to see how easy it is for assistive technologies to read and interpret the content. Ensuring specific mark-up and code is written in an accessible manner.

Our website accessibility checker doesn’t just detect the issues. It highlights a specific roadmap to fix the issues, which makes it significantly easier to update your website to be more accessible. The suggestions are easy to implement, we show you what to fix for the biggest improvement against your internal efforts and time. Additionally, our checker allows you to download an accessibility report. This lets you see the progress that has been made, on your journey to creating a fully inclusive website. The report is easily shareable and can be emailed to yourself or members of your team directly from the checker itself.
The Recite Me Checker audits back-end and front-end web development processes by running 396 separate compliance scans in line with WCAG 2.2 The Scanner finds issues and analyzes your website covering WCAG 2.2 success criteria encompassing:
  • Site performance overview
  • Accessibility scoring
  • Findings per rating
  • Error breakdown
The report includes an overview of errors, the locations of errors, and a comprehensive list of actionable errors to fix and check.
There are three main benefits of using our checker to increase the accessibility of your website, these include:
  • Revenue
  • User Experience
  • Compliance & Legalities
Disabled users represent a significant percentage of the total population. Therefore, ignoring this segment means businesses often lose out on a significant chunk of revenue. Additionally, making your website accessible to all consumers is the right thing to do, especially when it comes to user experience. Access for everyone should be a fundamental value if you want to increase your brand reputation. This is being recognised globally, with various jurisdictions now implementing laws that require improved access for users with certain disabilities. You can learn more about all of these benefits with our article on why web accessibility is important.
Recite Me designed the checker with users in mind. So, we don’t just tell you the issue, the analyser will provide you with specific step-by-step instructions on how to implement the fixes. You don’t need a lot of web development skills either, the accessibility fixes are tailored to be easy to understand and implement. Once you’ve made the update, you’ll be able to run another scan of your website and check your new WCAG compliance score.

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