All pages of your site are run through a tool called Axe. Axe is testing software that recommends best accessibility practices for pages on your website.
Your site has been run through Axe and has been deemed accessible per accessibility standards.
We test all the pages found in the Templates section of your component library. This ensure every template type on your site meets accessibility standards for your users.
The accessibility test can be found under “Accessibility > Axe” inside Fractal.
Axe errors turn out to be false positives for a variety of reasons. For example, text over an image needs to have sufficent contrast which is something that cannot be checked through automation. These sort of violations can be safely ignored after manual testing resulted in accessibility passing.
Axe errors are because of third party code, for example a YouTube video embed or Google Custom Search.