While websites are required to undergo a web accessibility assessment before launching or significant redesign, it is important to remember that web content always changes. Some departments have multiple editors who contribute to a website and this increases the risk of inadvertent accessibility barriers. It is therefore very important for website managers to monitor the health of their websites at specific intervals.
The SF State ATI team assists with this ongoing monitoring by providing the campus with an automated assessment tool. This automated assessment tool, Compliance Sheriff, can be a valuable resource in ensuring accessibility of your websites and finding broken links. You may set up a scan to run at an interval of your choosing and have a report emailed to you once complete.
The ATI team is available to help you create an account in Compliance Sheriff, set up scan groups, scans, notifications and even prepare website accessibility reports. Please feel free to contact us for further informaton.