deploying a “one line of code”. What are the exact steps to deploy this?
The "one line of code" is a simple script to implement for each domain/sub-domain you want to evaluate.
The script should be embedded in the beginning of the <head> section of the master page of each application and contain an "async" attribute to make it execute on load.
Embedding a single line of code
Allyable provide each customer with a secured single line of code to embed in their website. When the script is embedded in the website correctly, the accessibility virtual layer is applied on each visited page, scan for accessibility violations and ...
The following buttons appear at the top of the right panel and give ways to handle the issue: Fix: Allows you to fix an issue through the following methods: Code Editor: Using the code editor will open a new window for writing code in TypeScript, ...
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.
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.
How the Allyable platform’s secure single line of code does not affect page load time
We load in “async” mode. This means our script doesn't block client html rendering. After our script is loaded, it only boots itself after DOMContentLoaded event is fired +2 sec. to let DOM stabilize itself from rendering perspective. During the ...