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This page provides links to tools that can maximize the ratings that a web site will obtain under certain automated evaluation metrics for web accessiblity.
W3C Accessibility Tools Evaluation, Repair, and Transformation Tools for Web Content Accessibility
W3C HTML Validator checks for basic HTML language compliance.
CSSCheck is a CSS validator.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 are the gold standard.
Accessibility tutorial by Jim Thacher gives insight into how how 508 and WCAG are related.
UsableNetProvides a variety of tools related to accessibility by people with disabilities and compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
A-Prompt from the University of Toronto is a software tool to help developers meet varying levels of compliance, including Section 508.
WAVE lets you see the reading order of components on the page, which is helpful when analyzing pages that use tables. It checks various other factors which are of importance when using assistive devices to read web pages.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology offers a web interface to several evaluation tools that cover a wide range of technical issues in web design. The Web Static Analyzer Tool (WebSAT) checks web page HTML against typical usability guidelines.
TIDY examines many aspects of the page and detects common HTML coding errors as well as accessibility issues.
Other accessibility design issues