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The toolbar is just not an automated testing tool so does require manual work from you. It's, therefore, able to prevent the many problems with automated accessibility testing tools. It cannot require any technical knowledge so even the biggest technophobe can check their website for availability! Installing the Web Accessibility Toolbar- and after you install it, it'll sit in the toolbar area of Internet Explorer.
So the download will not take too long, the complete file size is just 550kb. The toolbar only works on Internet Explorer on Windows, so if Internet Explorer is not your first-choice browser when using it, you'll have to change browsers. (Alternatively, you may download the Web Developer Toolbar for Firefox which offers similar, although not identical, functionality.)
Utilizing the Web Accessibility Toolbar- Now you have downloaded and installed the Web Accessibility Toolbar you can begin utilizing it! There are 12 buttons in total on the toolbar, each using a down arrow to the right of the text. In the event you click the down arrow for some of these buttons then a drop-down menu appears with all the available choices (instead you can use the keyboard shortcut keys assigned to every button). Checking for document structure- One of the very most useful buttons is the seventh, Construction. It is essential the arrangement within the HTML code accurately represents the visual structure of the web page. This is so that visually impaired web users using screen readers can gain a comprehension of the page construction.