AudioEye's solutions do not address the accessibility of third-party content or iframes, only elements that live natively on your domain. However, all third-party applications must be optimized for full accessibility, or we recommend including a statement of partial conformance within an accessibility statement. If you are engaged with a third party that is not accessible, AudioEye recommends removing that content or iframe or reaching out to the third parties associated with your site to inquire about their steps to ensure accessibility. If applicable, you can link their accessibility policy under the “Third Party Sites” section located within your Accessibility Statement. For further information, please visit W3C: Understanding Partial Conformance.
Articles in this section
- What disabilities are addressed by the AudioEye solution?
- Does AudioEye make changes impacting the visual display of my site?
- Does AudioEye work within our company's Intranet and/or behind a login?
- Which Browsers and Screen Readers are Supported by AudioEye? Does AudioEye work on mobile and responsive websites?
- How long would manual remediation take on my site?
- Does the AudioEye solution address third-party content and/or iframes?
- Does AudioEye conduct manual testing?
- What is Assistive Technology (AT) testing? Which assistive technology tools does AudioEye use for manual testing?
- What is an Accessibility Statement? Does AudioEye certify web accessibility compliance for my website? How do I add it to my website?
- What standards does AudioEye use to test for accessibility?