Drupal Accessibility & ADA Compliance Module

Certify your ADA / WCAG accessibility compliance with our Drupal accessibility module. AudioEye makes accessibility easy on Drupal, a leading digital experience platform that helps you manage and deliver web content across channels and devices.

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Accessibility on Drupal

Compliance

Reduce your risk of costly, time-consuming lawsuit with an ADA / WCAG compliant Drupal website.

Competition

Boost your SEO and stand out among your competitors with more accessible online content.

Consumers

Broaden your consumer base to the 61 million US adults living with a disability.

Certified ADA / WCAG Compliance on Drupal

Certify your website accessibility with the AudioEye Drupal accessibility module. AudioEye is the industry's only hybrid digital accessibility solution that couples the power of AI/machine learning with a team of certified digital accessibility experts. Your Drupal site is ADA / WCAG compliant and you're protected on day one with the AudioEye Trusted Certification.

Step 1

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Step 1

First, sign into your AudioEye account or quickly create an account with a free trial. Simply give us your name, email, and URL, pick your AudioEye plan and be on the lookout for an email in your inbox to activate your account.

Step 2

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Step 2

Next, install AudioEye on your site. It's as simple as copying your JavaScript found in your AudioEye Dashboard and pasting it into your Drupal website code. Check out our step-by-step instructions:

  1. Once logged in to your AudioEye account, add your site and copy your Javascript Embed Code to your clipboard
  2. Inside the Drupal admin panel, select "Structure" in the top menu
  3. Choose "Block Layout" at the top of the list
  4. Select the tab labeled "Custom Block Library"
  5. Activate the button to "Add a Custom Block"
  6. In the Block Description field, give your block a name or description
  7. In the "Text Format" dropdown, select "Full HTML"
  8. In the Body menu, choose "Source"
  9. Paste your AudioEye JavaScript Embed Code in the Body text area, and choose "Save"
  10. To place the Custom Block in your site’s footer, return to the Block Layout tab
  11. In the footer list at the bottom, select whichever footer you wish to insert the Custom Block
  12. Locate your Custom Block in the list and choose "Place Block"
  13. Uncheck the Display Title checkbox and select "Save Block"
  14. On the Block Layout Page, choose "Save Blocks"
  15. AudioEye will now be active on your site and will automatically help your site be more accessible

Step 3

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Frequently Asked Questions

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