Ensure Web Accessibility Compliance

Make your website accessible with the market’s most user-friendly solution! Commit to digital accessibility compliance with our leading web accessibility testing solution.

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How Monsido, By Acquia, Helps Web Accessibility Compliance

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Automated Audits

With automated weekly and on-demand scans, our website audit tool tests your site against ADA standards, reports on errors, and gives recommendations on how to address them.

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Track Compliance

You can track and prove your web accessibility compliance progress via reports in the History Center.

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Unlimited Training

We offer unlimited support including website accessibility compliance training, a help center, webinars, and one-on-one support.

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Prove Commitment

Our free Accessibility Statement Generator helps you easily create a web accessibility statement to publicly showcase your accessibility policies.

What Makes Monsido Different?

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  • Improve and fix site errors faster
    Automated scans, prioritization tools, CMS integrations, local hosting for added security and bulk fix options make improving user experience easier.
  • Eliminate the need for multiple tools
    Work smarter, not harder with Monsido’s all-in-one platform for complete website optimization and maintenance.
  • Achieve, maintain, and prove compliance
    Whether it’s WCAG 2.2 AA standards, data privacy, or required regulatory content, Monsido’s suite of tools help shield you against litigation.

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Monsido’s Web Accessibility Features


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PDF Scanning

Scan PDFs for accessibility errors and easily request remediation services, powered by market-leading provider, CommonLook®.

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Accessibility Fast Track

Instantly locate elements such as links, images, and text, and address accessibility issues in bulk at the touch of a button.

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Browser Extension

Leverage Chrome, Firefox, and Edge browser extensions to view and fix issues directly on a page.

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Monitor how visitors interact with your pages to identify where and how to improve user experience.

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History Center

Our History Center lets you track your web accessibility progress across time, helping you prove your efforts towards creating a more inclusive site.

Users Love Us!

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"Great accessibility and quality control tool!"

I find the accessibility and quality control tools most helpful. They also help my team recognise errors and non-compliances within our website, based on our own requirements, as well as regulatory bodies and WCAG.

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"No 1 software in Web Governance!"

It's an idiot-proof software that allows you to ensure your website is working in pristine condition e.g. misspellings, detection of bad links, broken pictures and even multiple H1 on pages that affect your SEO performances.


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Frequently Asked Questions
What are web accessibility standards?
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is an internationally recognized set of standards created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). They are a set of recommendations for making web content more accessible.
Who benefits from web accessibility?
Web accessibility is vital to ensuring that all users, including those with disabilities, can access and use websites just the same as abled users. Other benefits include improved user experience, mobile usability, SEO, site speed, and more. Having a complaint website also reduces your chances of a potentially costly and time-consuming lawsuit.
How do you know if a website is accessible?
To understand how your website currently stands with regards to web accessibility standards, it is recommended that you perform automated accessibility testing. This will help expedite your accessibility efforts by identifying any potential issues early, without you having to spend precious time searching through your entire site to locate them.
Which set of web accessibility standards should you follow?
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, developed through the W3C process in cooperation with individuals and organizations around the world, is the most recent and relevant accessibility standard. Its goal is to provide a single shared standard for web content accessibility that meets the needs of individuals, organizations, and governments internationally.
How can you include accessibility in a website?
Firstly, it is advisable to familiarize yourself with accessibility requirements and international standards to the extent that you are able. Some fundamental considerations that apply across the board include ensuring that you write, design and test with accessibility in mind. It is recommended to incorporate accessibility from the very start of your projects, as this will avoid you having to go back and re-do your work.
How is web accessibility enforced?
While the majority of web accessibility laws are based on WCAG, the enforcement and penalties attached to these laws differs from country to country.
What is a web accessibility checker?
The Monsido platform provides automated audits based on WCAG guidelines in line with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the European Accessibility Act (EAA), Section 508 and many other accessibility laws and directives.