Accessibility Conformance Reporting Tool (ACRT)
ACRT is a browser-based standalone application for recording accessibility test results from Trusted Testers. All input data will be stored as JSON &/or html files in the local machine which can be shared as needed. Information in the JSON file can be further manipulated for analytics and reporting purposes as needed. Try ACRT Here
- Download the ACRT files to your local machine from the repository. The default location is the Downloads folder. On the main page, select the Code button above and select "Download ZIP". Once downloaded, unzip/extract files.
- Refer to the ACRT Training Manual in the 'Resources' folder for detailed instructions.
- After ACRT is downloaded, unzip/extract the files and open index.html (preferred browsers are Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Google Chrome).
- Select Instructions to view a detailed instruction manual in accessible PDF format.
- Select 'Create Report' to create or edit test results.
- Select and load either the standard template JSON file (TT4 or TT5 JSON file from 'Resources' folder for the first time) or a valid custom JSON file that you have created or pre-filled for editing.
- Once you have filled/edited all required fields, you will see the option to save test results.
- To save file changes, use the keyboard shortcut (Alt+z) or the Save button located at the bottom of the page.
- The file will be saved to your local machine (Downloads folder by default) as a JSON file. This can be used for further editing or reporting purposes.
- Select 'View Report' to view test results you have saved (with at least one valid test result). This is a read-only page; no edits are allowed. To save as a printer-friendly HTML file, use the keyboard shortcut (Alt+s) or Save button located at the bottom of the page.
- You should save test results in both JSON (for editing) and HTML format (user-friendly) for future reference.
You can access the latest version at ACRTGitHubRepository. Department Of Homeland Security employees who don't have access to GitHub can use ACRTBitbucketRepository. Bitbucket requires DHS Network and user authentication.
Let's work together to make this tool great for all! Feel free to contribute.
**Department Of Homeland Security ** - Initial work -
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This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the (LICENSE.md) file for details