Accessibility -Testing Browsers

Source: Department of Rehabilitation (DoR)

Manual accessibility testing techniques can vary widely. Manual testing has the benefit of being highly accurate, provided the person doing the manual testing is sufficiently qualified. Manual testing allows finding accessibility problems which cannot be found in the automatic testing. DoR estimates that automatic tools can only find 25% to 30% of accessibility issues. Only a human can tell if the site is easy to use and navigate for a person who is using any assistive technology.

The resources provided below are for informational purposes only; the State of California does not specifically endorse the use of any particular site or tool over another.

Operating systems compatible with listed resources

Most used internet browsers, compatible with listed resources

Screen Readers

Voice Recognition Software

Magnification Software

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