To use a bookmarklet, drag the link to your bookmark toolbar. Then click on it to trigger the action on your favorite page.
Bookmarklets from Yahoo! Accessibility Lab
- Empty buttons and links : from the article Find Empty Links and Buttons
- From the article: Test ARIA and Focus with Bookmarklets
- Yahoo! Web Developers put together this bookmarklet to highlight potentially bad code. Debug CSS : Find more information about this project on GitHub
- There are several useful bookmarklets in the article Easy Fixes to Common Accessibility Problems
Bookmarklets from around the web
- Find links that have no href attribute: Links !href :
from the article Neutered Links: A.K.A removing the href attribute
- The HTML CodeSniffer gives you a fast summary of accessibility issues on a page: Accessibility Audit : More information about CodeSniffer on GitHub
- The W3C Validator offers a variety of code validation bookmarklets
- Jim Thatcher has several bookmarklets for analyzing your page. The Data Table bookmarklet, for instance, gives a summary of all data tables as well as providing visual cues about table structure. For more, visit his page: Favelets for Checking Web Accessibility (HT @PaulAdam)
- Dirk Ginader’s LogFocus bookmarklet documents the elements receiving and losing focus within the console of FireBug. Learn more about it at: LogFocus – handy Bookmarklet for Keyboard Accessibility testing. The FireFocus extension will also provide this functionality.