The service provides review and validation of a website's accessibility for all users, including those with impaired eyesight, hearing, and motor skills. It helps designers to make content available to users despite obstacles posed by blindness, deafness, and difficulty controlling a mouse to interact with site navigation and controls.
API methods support submission of a validation request specifying the page URL to be checked and the standards to be applied (included as a code within the request URL). Methods also allow resubmission with a request to re-evaluate a validation decision, usually after some change has been made.
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