Govts are pasting. Our accessibility tools differ from translation work. The contents of the websites are translatable. But URLs of websites are in English which are not translatable in other languages. Our web accessibility tool gives worldwide solutions for that. Govt web sites are pasting this tool to solve accessibility issues for regional, rural, minorities, disabled, non-English speakers, limited English proficiency, etc. By this Web Accessibility tool we achieve, Web for All, Education for All, Information for All, Banking for All, Health For All, Equal Access for All, etc.
URLs of Websites are in English. So, Non-English, Rural and Regional People can't Access Web Sites.
Our Accessibility Web Tool increases accessibility for disabled and to all.
1. Regional language users will get a webpage by the help of anyone once only. 2. After that, they can open websites with our tool, by their own hand. 3. They will type in address bar ppooii Ctrl+Enter site will open or ooiiuu.com etc. (any 3 keys, right to left, twice.) 4. The website owner must paste our code in own website.
Our Accessibility Web Tool Works as Following for Websites.
1. Copy and paste accessibility code in body tag on your own website and upload. 2. Open your own website in your browser for one time after pasting the code. 3. Now type in address bar ppooii.com or (ooiiuu and Ctrl + Enter) etc. web site will open. See the keyboard picture.
Our Web Accessibility Tool Works as Following for Public.
1. Now type in address bar ppooii.com or (ooiiuu and Ctrl + Enter) etc. web site will open. See keyboard picture 2. Any 3 keys, right to left, twice, which are together on the keyboard.
What is the benefit of the Atoall web accessibility tool for my site?
Use accessibility web tool to increase website accessibility for disabled users due to accessibility guidelines, solve accessibility issues for the disabled. Its web accessibility initiative for physical accessibility issues. Please set an accessibility example that gives facilities for disabled persons to make a disability-friendly world.