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Frequently asked questions

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    How do I become compliant?

    In order for your website to be compliant, you will need to follow and implement WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.1 level AA requirements.

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    Why isn’t my website compliant?

    Web accessibility is very complex. Therefore, most platforms cannot incorporate the requirements by default. If your website didn't go through a remediation process, it most likely isn't compliant.

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    Does aCe collect data from my website?

    aCe does not collect data from your website and it is compliant with data privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA.

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    Can I settle my lawsuit with the aCe report?

    aCe has no legal authority, but it does provide your compliance status as of testing date, which can help you and your team decide on a course of action.

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    What do I do with the results?

    aCe breaks down all WCAG requirements and highlights how your site adheres to them, the report can be used by developers or by accessibility solutions to fully remediate your site.

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    How accurate is aCe?

    aCe uses accessiBe's AI engines and API to evaluate your website to deliver results as accurate as manual accessibility testing.

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    Why is aCe more reliable than other testing tools?

    While most tools are only able to flag some errors (inaccurately) based on presets, by utilizing accessiBe's AI, aCe is able to determine compliance status similarly to how a human would have.

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    Can aCe make my website compliant?

    aCe is an accessibility auditing tool, not a remediation one. aCe is specifically designed to give you an accurate audit of your compliance status.

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    Can aCe tell me if I comply with legislation such as ADA and 508?

    aCe detects compliance according to the WCAG which is widely adopted by legislation around the world, ADA, AODA, EEA, IS5568 and others.

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    What does the result ‘Non-compliant’ mean?

    A ‘Non-compliant’ result means that your website does not comply with the WCAG and accessibility regulation and your website is currently not accessible to people with disabilities.

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    What does the result be ‘Semi-compliant’ mean?

    A ‘Semi-compliant’ result means that aCe noticed some WCAG 2.1 AA elements on your page but there are still some fundamental elements missing in order to achieve full compliance.

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    What does the result ‘Compliant’ mean?

    A ‘Compliant’ result means that your website is compliant with web accessibility legislation and is open to people with disabilities. Way to go!

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    Which disabilities does aCe scan for?

    aCe scans your website according to the WCAG 2.1 AA which has been acknowledged as the best standard to make websites open to people with all disabilities.

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    How does aCe work?

    aCe is a simple process that takes a few seconds from start to finish. All you have to do is type in your domain. aCe then begins an AI-powered scan of your entire website to look for any and all accessibility errors. Within seconds, you’ll get a detailed report of your website’s compliance status, whether your compliant or not. The report is downloadable, and yours to share with your team and peers.

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    How much does it cost?

    aCe is completely free. By not having to worry about the audit cost, website owners can gain priceless clarity about their website’s compliance status and confidently move on to a web accessibility solution that will ultimately open the Internet to people with disabilities.

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    What is the WCAG 2.1 AA and why does it matter for my website?

    The WCAG 2.1 AA a set of guidelines used to build accessible websites. According to the ADA Title III, all websites are considered places of public accommodations and therefore must be accessible. The DOJ, along with most regulating bodies, have acknowledged the WCAG 2.1 AA as the acceptable standard for determining accessibility.

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    Do you have to be a developer to use aCe?

    No. In fact, aCe is the only testing tool that can deliver clear results that anyone can understand about whether or not a website is compliant and accessible. This is because it uses comprehensive AI to experience your website just like a person with disabilities would.

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