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See also:
  • Accessibility Color Wheel - A tool to help choose a color pair with good contrast and suitable for text and background of accessible sites. It simulates also various kinds of color-blindness.
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  • Accessibility Extensions for Mozilla/Firefox - Toolbar to help users navigate pages, and also tools for developers to check their pages. Installation instructions and documentation.
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  • Anybrowser - screen size testing - Enables you to test how your page appears at low screen resolutions - e.g. webtv, 640x480, 800x600.
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  • ATRC Web Accessibility Checker - Analyses a page for conformance with WCAG 1.0 and 2.0, BITV 1.0, Section 508, and the Stanca Act.
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  • Color Vision - by Cal Henderson - Test your website foreground/background colors for their contrast and clarity to color blind visitors.
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  • Color-Blind Design Evaluation - Online tool to show what your site colors look like to color-blind people.
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  • Colorblind Web Site Filter - View your actual web pages through the eyes of visitors with three different types of color blindness.
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  • Cynthia Says Portal - Accessibility agent offering validation for WAI standards and Section 508 compliance. Includes information and news from the Internet Society Disability and Special Needs Chapter.
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  • GrayBit Grayscale Contrast Tool - Converts your page to greyscale to ensure there is sufficient visual contrast between elements.
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  • Hermish - A free online accessibility and browser compatibility checker. Tests web pages for accessibility issues and provides a detailed report.
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  • Juicy Studio: Colour Contrast Analyser - Uses the W3C algorithm to check for sufficient contrast between background and foreground colours.
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  • Lynx Viewer - Delorie online viewer enables you to view your site in a text browser.
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  • OCAWA Accessibility Validator - Standing for Operational Control and Analysis for Web Accessibility. OCAWA tests the accessibility of your web site using international accessibility standards.
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  • UITest.com: Site Check - Test your website with the W3C, WDG, ATRC, WebAIM, WebXact, Bobby, Cynthia Says, HiSoftware, Site Valet, Colorblindness filter, and Google Viewer, simply by typing your site address once.
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  • Vischeck - Allows the user to see the world as color blind people see it. Checks by images and urls.
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  • W3C CSS Validation Service - W3C CSS Validation service enables you to check your CSS code for validity, and warns you if you are using browser specific code.
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  • W3C HTML Validation Service - A free service from W3C that checks HTML and XHTML code against the W3C Web Accessibility Guidelines.
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  • Webnauts Net - Offer a combined interface to collection of tools (W3C, CSE, and Cynthia validators, and also a Lynx simulator) for checking adherence to standards, mark-up and accessibility.
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  • Webthing Accessibility Valet - This tool will examine your site, and based on the accesibility level you choose, will provide you with a source code listing with marks next to each element which requires attention.
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