I snaked this from Michael’s post:
A company called Silktide rates websites based on ease of use, navigation, downloading, etc. They are a web dev firm based out of the UK.
Here’s how I did:
Overall, it looks like my site did well until I read the expanded report which says: “This website appears to be in violation of the British Disability Discrimination Act”
What the hell?
It goes on to explain: “All pages were found in violation of the current W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. This website is probably unlawful in Britain from the 1st October 2004. The British Disability Discrimination Act makes it unlawful to discriminate against a disabled person by refusing to provide any service provided to members of the public – including websites.”
My offense: not using the “alt” tag on images.
You MUST be joking …
I guess I’ll be adding some alt tags to see if that 7.6 ups into a bigger number.