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Clever tool for performing a11y audits on the web. Has an automated (though manually triggered) fast run that highlights WCAG breaches on any page, as well as a more detailed full audit suite that can walk the user through various testing requirements to determine current WCAG compliance. Looks really useful and well thought through, but unfortunately only available for Chrome (and, technically, Edge), which is a massive shame. It looks like Firefox support has been considered several times, but the team have concluded it isn't a priority. For a tool based on accessibility that definitely feels like mixed priorities, but it is understandable ☹

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