Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools List (W3C)

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Vincenzo Rubano
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Web accessibility evaluation tools are tools you can use to evaluate wether web content (websites or applications) meets accessibility standards and guidelines, identifying actual issues and potential ones; some of them are also designed to be used as development aids.

In this page from the World Wide Web consortium (W3C) you can find a list of web accessibility evaluation tools: take them as a pinch of salt, as neither of these tools are endorsed by the consortium nor have been tested to prove their effectiveness and the correctness of results they give. Simply put, any developer can add whatever tool to this list: try them at your own risc!

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