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psanil Sanil
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Is anyone aware of any Free tools/ eclipse plugin which can scan through my JSF source code and point out WCAG 2.0 AA "Accessibility" violations?

Our webpages are built on Richfaces and Seam JSF.

I am looking for compile time/ static tools and NOT any runtime analyzer (like Fireeye).

Any inputs in this regard is highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
 
Tim Holloway
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Psanil!

That's a good question and the answer is that I don't know of any myself, but then I work in environments where they don't like to spend any money on tools. Last time I paid attention to stuff like that I was using Jalopy, but that was on straight HTML.

Since the JSF View Template Language is based on XML, I suppose that if nothing else, an XSLT script could be set up to check for missing/misconfigured accessibility features, but I don't know anything "out of the box".
 
psanil Sanil
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Hi Tim,

Thanks for the prompt reply.
Here comes my follow up question (Posted as new topic)? - "Are there any single page technology like bootstrap for meeting "Accessibility" guidelines as specified by the W3C's WCAG 2.0 guidelines?"

Regards.
 
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