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Is your Website a Liability?


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Save with flexible plans to suit every budget

Plan 1

  • 3 Credits

Plan 2

  • 5 Credits

Plan 3

  • 10 Credits

Credit Allocation

Website Pages Scanned Credits Needed
Scan 0 – 250 Web Pages 1
Scan 251 – 500 Web Pages 2
Scan 501 – 1500 Web Pages 3
Scan 1501 – 2500 Web Pages 4
Scan 2501 – 5000 Web Pages 5
*Credit allocation is based on the number of pages scanned on an individual website

The Leading ADA Website Testing Tool

AuditGenie™ was developed with the non-web developer in mind and is perfect for Small business owners, Human Resource Teams, Risk Management and ADA Compliance experts allowing them to avoid potential legal exposure.

No programming or technology experience is required! Our user-friendly and affordable testing tool will allow you to quickly and easily identify issues with your website that could cost you thousands of dollars in litigation.


Here is what you get when you scan a website, whether it is 1 page or 10,000 pages

  • Section 508 Analysis
  • WCAG 1.0 Level A Analysis
  • WCAG 1.0 Level AA Analysis
  • WCAG 1.0 Level AAA Analysis
  • WCAG 2.0 Level A Analysis
  • WCAG 2.0 Level AA Analysis
  • Broken Links Report
  • Markup Issue Report
  • CSS Issue Report
  • Accessibility Guidelines Report
  • Accessibility Priority Fix Report
  • Graphic User Interface
  • WC3 Error Report
  • Accessibility Performance Score
  • Detailed Web Developer Report
  • Scan Any Website
  • Scan 1000’s of Web Pages
  • All Reports Downloadable

Who Should Have An Accessible Website?

Any company that sells products or services online needs to be accessible. Additionally, if you are a federal contractor your website must adhere to Section 508 Standards.

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  • Business owners
  • Companies with government contracts
  • Educational institutions
  • E-commerce businesses
  • Any major corporation with a website

Make your Website:

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Just like a physical store needs to be accessible, by adding features to accommodate disabled customers, so does your website! AuditGenie™ will identify accessibility errors on your website so they can be corrected.

  • If your website is the gateway to selling a product or service, then why exclude an entire demographic?
  • Websites are now being held to the same standards as a physical store and that means they can face the same legal consequences, which may include financial remedies.


Having a website that is compliant with current regulations will provide accesses to your website for all online users including individuals with disabilities and help you avoid a discrimination lawsuit. AuditGenie™ will scan your website against current accessibility guidelines and standards including:

  • Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
  • Americans with Disabilities Act

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AuditGeinie™ will scan your website for errors on your website. Errors that impact not only individuals with disabilities but also every visitor to your website. By identifying errors on your website you will create a better user experience for all of your visitors. AuditGenie™ will test your website for:

  • CSS Errors
  • HTML Errors
  • Broken Links
  • Overall Website Errors and Risk