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    Web Content Accessibility Guidelines scanner

    Now that the bobby scanner tools has been removed is there Web Content Accessibility Guidelines scanner.

    As got few projects need to make sure the site is correct. Also we should make sure that EduGeek.net is assessable etc

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    To answer my own question

    http://wave.webaim.org/

    Main thing looking at edugeek is alt tags in the images.

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