Continue reading Dinolytics Update Aug 31, 2018

Dinolytics Update Aug 31, 2018

August 31st, 2018 update release includes the following features/updates: Feedback from Dinolytics Community implemented: Mass archive, delete, and move pages Dashboard Update Added Alerts to Errors by Group widget Added Contrast errors to Issues Over Time widget Category color consistency Group select on Website screen PDF report UTF-8 encoding Other updates, flow fixes or bug fixes:…

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WAVE Features: The Contrast Panel

Summary: This post is part of series that dives deeper into the WAVE tool’s features. The focus of this article takes a closer look at the Contrast Panel. Contrast Errors Inadequate color contrast is a violation of WCAG success criteria 1.4.3., “The visual presentation of text and images of text has a contrast ratio of…

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Continue reading Dinolytics Update Aug 20, 2018

Dinolytics Update Aug 20, 2018

August 20th, 2018 update release includes the following features/updates: Feedback from Dinolytics Community implemented: Dinolytics Crawler update Other updates, flow fixes or bug fixes: infrastructure and performance updates login page design accessibility updates throughout the application scanning of sites with some URL parameters bug cancel scan functionality group link to websites flow Dinolytics Crawler update…

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WebAIM Web Accessibility Training Q&A with James Pope

Summary: James Pope, one of the Partners at Dinolytics, attended WebAIM’s Accessibility Training. We asked him a few questions about his experience at the training and recorded his answers. What were your expectations going into the WebAIM Training? Prior to WebAIM training and working on Dinolytics, the only experience I had with web accessibility was due…

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