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Inspecting accessibility

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Identify and fix accessibility issues to ensure that users with disabilities can quickly access and efficiently operate your application. By using the Accessibility Inspector tool, you can check what your application looks like to users of varying visual ability and review UI components that are not accessible.

You can watch a video of a sample use case for the Accessibility Inspector.
  1. Open the application or portal that you want to inspect.

  2. In the developer toolbar, click the Accessibility icon.

  3. In the Accessibility Inspector pane, check if your application is compliant with best practices for accessibility:

    1. In the Disability preview list, select the visual ability preview.

      The list includes various types of color blindness to simulate each condition and help you make design decisions.
      For example: Select Protanopia to check if the design and contrast level of your application is suitable for users with red-green confusion.
      Sample UI component with no filter (left) and red-green confusion filter (right)
    2. In the list of issue categories, expand each node, and then navigate to the rules that impact accessibility.

      For example: Click Content Provide an associated label Driver to open and edit the section that is missing a label.
      Note: Not all warnings require an intervention. For example, adding labels to decorative images might crowd out useful information in screen readers.
      List of UI issues in the Accessibility Inspector
  4. Optional:

    To highlight page elements that are affected by issues, do the following actions:

    1. In the Accessibility Inspector pane, click the Display menu options for Accessibility Inspector icon.

    2. Click Draw outline around on-page issues.

Note: Discover more about accessibility standards and best practices, which reduce the number of issues, in the following articles:
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