We’re continuously improving the information and tools on this site. Below you can find the changelog and release notes of recent updates.
Januari 2017 update
- Added a live preview to our editor
- Added a warning for the use of title attributes on links
- Empty alt-tags on images do not longer result in a warning.
- Although our accessibility checker is optimized for email, some people use it to check their website.
This will give you some usefull insights, but not a reliable overview. This is why we now show a warning in such cases.
- Some small improvements and bug fixes
December 2016 update
- Introduced some features to quickly fix accessibility problems (like language, encoding, title tag and role attributes on tables
- Website is now based on WordPress
October 2016 update
Accessibility checker engine
- Added support for HTML5 elements (like: HEADER, MAIN, NAV). They are now recognized as landmarks.
- Improved error notifications for parsing problems with invalid HTML.
- Title tags are now better evaulated
- Added support for “aria-hidden” attribute
- HTML editor now supports code folding
- HTML editor now supports code autocompletion
- Improved design and responsive behavior of the site
- Added this page to let you know what’s new or fixed.
- While not intended, people use this email accessibility checker for websites too. I’ve made some important improvements too make that work a little better:
- – Images with relative urls are now converted to absolute urls. They now show up in the ALT-text checker.
- – Iframes, Script- and some form tags are now deleted from a HTML document. They could cause our checker to crash.