Accessibility Content Checks
Cascade can run an accessibility content check on any page on your site. The check is compliant with objective items for levels 1 and 2 of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Guidelines that AODA follows.
To run an accessibility check on a page:
- Find the page that you want to check.
- Click Edit.
- Click the ellipsis next to Save & Preview and then click Check Content & Submit.
- Cascade will run an accessibility check on the page and report any errors or say Congratulations, no accessibility violations were found!"
- Fix any errors you have on the page or click the check mark at the top of the page to close the alert box.
In Cascade - Once you log on to Cascade, type ? for a list of keyboard shortcuts in Cascade. Note: these shortcuts do not work if your mouse has selected any of the text boxes.
In the WYSIWYG Editor - For more information on keyboard shortcuts in the WYSIWYG editor, see TinyMCE Accessibility.
In the Advanced Code Editor - For a list of keyboard shortcuts in the advanced code editor, please see Ace Default Keyboard Shortcuts.
Siteimprove is a Software-as-a-Service company that creates cloud-based tools and services for website governance. If you have a licence for Siteimprove, Cascade has a plugin that allows users to access the Siteimprove Intelligence Platform from withing Cascade. Note: Western does not have a site license for Siteimprove and WTS does not have a licence.
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