Accessibility Development Steps
Working with the platform allows you to make websites accessible in a simple and easy way and with just a few steps, but the power of the platform lies deeper than just writing code.
Setting the Domain to Work in Development Mode
While a website is live, accessibility must not be changed or tampered with. The production environment also has caching and changes are not reflected on the client side. To build new patches, update existing patches, or debug a website, work in ...
Reflecting the Changes on the Client Side
While the domain is in Development Mode, you can debug the code changes on the end user browser, without publishing the bundle or patch. Adding a parameter to the website URL is all you need to do to make the accessibility engine download the patches ...
The editing domain page has a section for updating the accessibility icon image and location. Menu Hidden – Checking this option will hide the accessibility icon Horizontal Alignment – Set the horizontal alignment of the accessibility icon. The ...
Allyable - Accessibility Icon Positioning
Allyable - Accessibility Icon Positioning Floating (Default) Allyable accessibility icon is floating as default. Scrolling the page does not affecting the icon position and it will always be displayed. Allyable provides ways to manipulate the icon ...
What kind of required hard-code development is needed to add the Accessibility Overlay to a site for customers to use it?
Each license requires a secured single line of code to embed in the website. Just like google analytics once this script is embedded every visited page is being scanned, monitored and violations are logged in the backend.