Accessibility Widget

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Main functions of the widget

The fully featured AI-powered accessibility widget enables all the features and functions of the free widget as well as the following automatic, back-end and front-end logic and correction layers to accelerate ADA and WCAG compliance.

Increase text size

WCAG 2.1 (1.4.4)

Cycles texts on screen through four different levels of text size increase. It makes every part of your site instantly more readable.

Text spacing

WCAG 2.1 (1.4.12)

Edit text and line spacing for better readability for dyslexic and visually impaired users. It offers three degrees of adjustability for a personalized and more accessible reading experience.

Large Cursor

Increase the standard cursor size by 400% to ensure that the pointer always remains in view. Enables faster and more accessible navigation.

Highlight links

Emphasize links, buttons, and other interactive elements with clear, high-contrast colors that are easy to identify. Highlight clickable elements to make the site easier to use.

Pause animation

WCAG 2.1 (2.3)

Suspends content that automatically moves or updates that is considered an accessibility barrier. Stops animations that are distracting and can trigger seizures.

Clear contrast

WCAG 2.1 (1.4.3, 1.4.6)

Increase the contrast of all site elements with a high-contrast light color theme. One click fix!

Dark contrast

WCAG 2.1 (1.4.3, 1.4.6)

Increase the contrast of all site elements with a high-contrast dark color theme. One click fix!

Invert the colors

WCAG 2.1 (1.4.1)

It provides greater perceived color depth, making text significantly easier to read and reducing eye strain for colorblind and visually impaired users.

Color desaturation

WCAG 2.1 (1.4.1)

Desaturates all colors on the page. An important feature that helps users with deuteranopia, tritanopia and other forms of color blindness to better distinguish content.


WCAG 2.1 (3.3.2)

Show text labels for on-screen items with a simple mouse hover. Descriptions are clear, high contrast, and easy to read for visually impaired users

Reading Guide

Converts the cursor into a high contrast horizontal reading guide. Focuses and guides eyes to reduce eye strain for visually impaired, dyslexic, cognitively impaired users.

Accessible Fonts

Converts stylized fonts into accessible fonts and font weights which are essential for visually impaired and dyslexic users who find non-standard fonts confusing or difficult to read.

Font Dislessia Friendly

AccessiBit's dyslexic-friendly font improves readability for people with dyslexia and provides an easier, more fluid reading experience tailored for site visitors with dyslexia.

Page structure

WCAG 2.1 (2.4)

Reveal page headers, landmarks and links in a clear, structured and accessible way. Help all users find the content they want

Reset all

The options can be matched in any combination to suit each individual user's personal needs and saved for future site visits. Reset all options to the "off" state.

Screen Reader

AccessiBit's screen reader reads aloud all page contents without the need to install an external screen reader.

Keyboard navigation

WCAG 2.1, §2.1

Allows users to navigate web pages using only a keyboard. It helps users with limited mobility and visually impaired move through pages without using a mouse.

Alternative text

WCAG 2.1, §1.1.1

Image recognition provides highly accurate descriptions of non-text content. Site administrators can approve or edit the alt text.

Form Label

WCAG 2.1, §3.3.2

Create essential form field labels to help screen readers communicate intent and intended user value for each interactive form field.


WCAG 2.1, §3.1

Provides users with access to dictionary searches without having to leave the website. Indispensable for people with cognitive disabilities and more.


WCAG 2.1, §2.4.6

Ensures an accessible header structure for every page. Indispensable for users who rely on keyboard navigation and screen reading.

Form validation

WCAG 2.1, §3.3.1

Notify users of any errors encountered when submitting forms. Provides information for each field that requires correction.

Interactive elements

WCAG 2.1, §2.1.1

Automatically fixes any non-interactive elements with mouse or keyboard handlers ensuring they are fully focusable and accessible.

Video autoplay

WCAG 2.1, §2.2.2

It gives users play/pause control over videos, to avoid distractions and reduce any triggers that could lead to seizures or epilepsy.

Target for external links

WCAG 2.1., §3.2.5

Opening new tabs or windows can be very disorienting for blind users. Such links are fixed with a clear announcement to the user.

Ambiguous links

WCAG 2.1, §2.4.4

Update ambiguous anchor texts to ensure that the purpose of the link is conveyed.

Broken links

WCAG 2.1, §4.1.1

Fix any broken links that detract from the experience for anyone with vision impairment, limited mobility, or cognitive impairment.

Video subtitles

WCAG 2.1, §1.2.2

Provides subtitles for video content. Indispensable for users who are deaf, hearing impaired or prefer subtitles to audio.

Missing titles

WCAG 2.1, §2.4.2

Create required element titles when they are missing or unclear. Help users and assistive technology understand page structure and its components.

Focus of the elements

WCAG 2.1, §2.4.7, §1.4.13

It provides a visual focus indicator for users who rely on keyboards to navigate, and automatically applies a fix if one is missing.

Site language

WCAG 2.1, §3.1.1

Corrects missing language attributes by making it easier for users who rely on technologies such as screen readers, braille translators, and speech recognition software.

PDF remediation

WCAG 2.1, §1.1, §3.1

Update PDFs linked to or embedded on your site to ensure their content is accessible to users who rely on screen readers and other assistive technologies.

Content moderation

WCAG 3.0, future COGA

Warns site owners of potentially harmful or inappropriate content and suggests alternative language that can be approved, rejected, or altered.

Text alignment

Align site texts left, right, or center to ensure a personalized and more accessible reading experience

Line height

Increase row height to ensure more comfortable spacing for smoother interaction with on-the-spot texts.

Accessible prices

It ensures that the prices on your site are fully accessible to assistive technologies. Fundamental for e-commerce stores.

Real time translation

Instantly translate your site into over 40 languages to make it more accessible to non-native speakers, people with language acquisition difficulties and learning disabilities.

Smart contrast

The "Smart Contrast" feature will ensure that all colors on your site are fully ADA compliant, giving you the ability to ensure that your site's colors meet WCAG 2.1

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Meet the standards that define digital accessibility

Navigating the compliance process can feel complex and overwhelming if you don't know where to start.

Match your branding and design

Customize the widget to match the look and feel of your website. Change the color, icon, position and more.
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Plans & Rates

Pricing for accessibility widgets based on artificial intelligence

Small Site

490 /year

  • Up to 100,000 page views / month

Medium Site

1290 /year

  • Up to 1 million pageviews / month

Large Site

3290 /year

  • Up to 10 million pageviews / month

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Inclusive experiences for all

Check out our newest feature: accessibility profiles


When a website is not structured properly, the assistive technologies that blind people rely on are not effective. And if browsing and shopping carts present barriers to access, these visitors have no choice but to abandon inaccessible sites.

Visually impaired

There are a number of changes that can make websites easier to navigate and read for people with low vision. This profile provides tips that may be helpful for a variety of conditions.

Cognitive and learning

Cognitive impairments and learning disabilities can have a profound effect on reading comprehension. The tools included in this profile can help improve reading experiences and help viewers identify relevant information.

Seizures and epilepsy

Flashing page elements, animations, and videos can sometimes trigger seizures in people with epilepsy and similar conditions. This profile provides a way to pause animations and other useful customizations.


There are a number of tools available that can help visitors stay focused as they move around a web page. The recommendations included in this profile can help alleviate distractions to improve reading comprehension.

Color blindness

Because everyone doesn't see color the same way, we work with people who are colorblind to determine which features they find useful, then group them together in this profile to provide relevant suggestions.

Motor disabilities

Manipulating the mouse and keyboard to navigate sites is not always easy for people with motor disabilities. We consult people with mobility impairments to develop tools that can help. This profile provides options that can make navigating the site much less complicated.


It is estimated that 1 in 5 people worldwide suffer from dyslexia, yet many are undiagnosed. This profile provides customization options that can help improve reading comprehension and fluency.