Accessibility Widget for Increasing ADA & WCAG Compliance

The goal of accessibility widgets is to provide users with the tools they need to customize their digital experience, enabling them to access and interact with content more comfortably and effectively.
Accessibility Widget

Our main features

Make the site readable

Add reading line, tooltips and make fonts readable.

Enlarge content

Enlarge cursor or add bigger text for your website visitors.

Adjust colors

Change brightness, contrast and grayscale.

Fast install

Our Shopify and WordPress apps take less than a minute to install!

Helps users

App is designed to assist with meeting certain requirements of WCAG 2.1.

Text to voice

Our created robot will read the content of page to your visitors.

  • Helps with WCAG 2.1, ADA, Section 508 and EN 301549 compliance
  • Bigger text and coursor, add reading line
  • Invert colors, change contrast, brightness and grayscale
  • Readable fonts, tooltips, highlight links and hide images
  • Also works on mobile phones and tablets
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Choose where you would like to display it.

Get Widget Code

Copy the widget code below for quick installation and automatic updates.

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Paste widget code into Website

Paste the widget code right before the closing <Body> tag of you website.

Installation guides:


The widget will automatically appear at the bottom left of your website.

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  • Can this widget ensure WCAG and ADA compliance for a website?

    There are numerous companies that offer accessibility widgets for free or even at a cost, claiming that they can fix accessibility issues and prevent lawsuits. NO accessibility widget, including those labeled as “AI-powered,” can truly add accessibility to your website. For more information on this topic, “Toolbar Plugins/Overlay Widgets for Website Accessibility Aren’t ADA Compliant.”

  • Free ? What’s the catch?

    No catch! This widget is available under the MIT License, allowing you to use it for free. It was created with the belief that accessibility should be freely accessible to all, and as a disapproval of companies charging for similar services while providing inaccurate information.

  • Is this widget optimized for performance?

    Yes! This widget is optimized for performance. It’s the only widget I know of that’s built-in to be performance-ready for Core Web Vitals. Additionally, this widget can be loaded asynchronously or deferred, meaning that even if it’s slow to load, it won’t impact your website’s performance speed.