Accessibility Checker overview

Modified on Wed, 01 Mar 2023 at 03:40 PM

This article will explain the new Accessibility Checker that is being rolled out to GPsurgery.net websites. 


The Accessibility Checker is a tool in the page editor that will help you ensure that your content is accessible to your patients, especially those using screen readers. 


It appears in the bottom right hand corner of the main text box as a blue button, which will expand and provide information when issues are found with the content on the page.

The Accessibility Checker in the main text box.

The Accessibility Checker helps to check YouTube/Vimeo videos, documents, images, links and headings. Follow this link for tutorials about the different ways the Accessibility Checker can be used.


Ultimately, it is your responsibility to ensure that the content on your website is accessible, but we're happy to help - contact us at support@gpsurgery.net if you have any further questions about the Accessibility Checker.

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