What is your favourite Web Accessibility toolbar?

Accessibility toolbars / browser add-ons are great. Without fail, I use these tools everyday for both my web design and user experience & accessibility testing. They are always easily accessible from my browser- just where I need them. They're free too!

So... which are the best ones to use?

My personal favourites are the Firefox Accessibility Extension (1.5.53.0) which can be downloaded from : https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5809, and also the Web Developer toolbar (1.1.8) available from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/60.
The ever popular Firebug is also a great tool for my web design and CSS validation needs.

These toolbars just make life easier- easy resizing, links to code validators, easy view of ALT text, quick disabling of JS, quick outline viewer... etc.

What tools do YOU use for your user experience / accessibility testing and web design? Let me know!

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Posted byCharlie M at 05:05  

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