Pope Tech is a web accessibility checking tool available for use with UMN websites. Website editors can use Pope Tech to scan a website for accessibility issues and view a report of specific accessibility errors along with their exact location. You can use this information to resolve accessibility errors on your website, helping your content reach its intended audience.
See comprehensive reports on accessibility errors and alerts on your website.
Set up scheduled scans of your website to continually monitor accessibility.
Locate specific accessibility errors and get guidance on how to resolve those errors right from the tool.
Can crawl and scan both development and production sites.
Note: Pope Tech does not currently scan for broken links or spelling/grammatical errors; it is solely an accessibility checker.
If you need access to Pope Tech, contact the Group Manager(s) for your unit. If you do not know who your Group Manager is, please email [email protected].
Once you have added your website to Pope Tech, you are ready to crawl and scan your site to find accessibility errors. The crawling step is how Pope Tech find the webpages on your site; the scanning step produces the...
Scheduling scans automatically keeps accessibility data up-to-date and automatically catches any issues. Recurring scans can also be automatically emailed to proactively get everyone on the same page and increase...