Ally checks the accessibility of your new and existing content. To measure accessibility, Ally assigns your content an accessibility score. Each score is composed of both a numerical number and a colored gauge that reflects the number.
Typically, you should see your accessibility score within 15-90 seconds. This may take longer if your content is complex, or if you have a lot of course content and it is being assessed all at once.
Ally currently checks these file formats:
- Web pages/ HTML content
- PDF files
- Microsoft® Word files
- Microsoft® Powerpoint® files
- OpenOffice/LibreOffice files
- Uploaded HTML files
Currently, there is no accessibility score for content created in the system content editor.
Accessibility scores are determined by the severity of issues in each file. A low score indicates the file has severe or multiple accessibility issues; a high score means there are minor or no accessibility issues. For accessibility scores less than 100 percent, Ally gives you suggestions for improving the accessibility of the file.
Mae sgoriau yn amrywio o Isel i Perffaith. Po uchaf y sgôr po leiaf y problemau.
- Isel (0-33%): Angen Help? Mae problemau hygyrchedd difrifol.
- Canolig (34-66%): Ychydig yn well. Mae'r ffeil rhywfaint yn hygyrch ac mae angen gwella.
- Uchel (67-99%): Bron yno. Mae'r ffeil ar gael ond mae rhagor o welliannau yn bosibl.
- Perffaith (100%): Perffaith! Ni nododd Ally unrhyw broblemau hygyrchedd ond efallai y bydd gwelliannau pellach yn bosibl o hyd.
Improve your score
Once you know the accessibility score, you can begin to explore the accessibility issues and improve your content to raise the score. Accessible documents are important for all audiences, and Ally gives you the tools to understand common issues and improve your course files.
Go to the Ally Accessibility report in your site manager. From the Accessibility issues table, find a specific content item with an accessibility issue. Select the content item's accessibility score indicator to open the feedback panel.