About

AInspector is a project of the DRES Accessible IT Group.

People

  • Nicholas Hoyt: User experience design and software development
  • Jon Gunderson: Project management and software development

Source Code

Version History

Version 2.1.1

  • Fixed bug rerunning evaluations
  • Rerun evaluation is now initialized with delay option enabled
  • Added home page link to manifest file

Version 2.1

  • Updated Summary tabpanel labeling to improve consistency (Rule Categories/WCAG Guidelines)
  • Updated position and labeling of “Export Data” button
  • Fixed bug in highlighting module that prevented some evaluations from being completed

Version 2.0.1

  • Provides a message in the title and location information for pages that do not allow evaluation

Version 2.0

  • Renamed extension from “AInspector WCAG” to “AInspector”, since most people just call it AInspector.
  • Rewrote the entire code base to use web components for creating user interface controls.
  • Removed ARIA Transitional ruleset from the options, since the reduced requirement are no relevant to modern web design. This change simplifies the user interface.
  • Export evaluation result in either CSV or JSON file formats
  • Added element results details view in Rule Result view to provide more information on a particular element result
  • Removed the “Details/Action” tab from the element results view
  • Enabled text in the selected rule or element information areas “selectable” for copying to the clipboard
  • Added copy rule information button to copy information to the clipboard
  • Added copy element information button to copy information to the clipboard
  • Added user keyboard shortcuts for Back, View, Export, Rerun and Copy buttons, and the shortcuts are configurable by the user.
  • Updated to A11y Evaluation Library 1.3 to support custom elements and provide additional element result information.
  • Improved element highlight feature in rule result view
  • Improved keyboard focus styling indicator to support high contrast modes
  • The header section with the title, back and view buttons is now sticky, so always visible as browser height changes