Wix Website Accessibility & ADA Compliance

Certify your Wix website ADA / WCAG accessibility. AudioEye makes accessibility easy on Wix, providers of a world-class platform to more than 150 million users in 190 countries.

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Accessibility on Wix

Compliance

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

Certify your Wix website accessibility with AudioEye. 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 Wix site is ADA / WCAG compliant and protected on day one with the AudioEye Trusted Certification.

Step 1

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

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 Wix 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. Log into Wix and open the “Site Actions” dropdown and select “Edit Site”
  3. Inside the “Wix Website Editor” Window, choose ”Settings” then “Tracking and Analytics”
  4. Inside the “Tracking and Analytics” dashboard select “New Tool” and select the “Custom” type
  5. Paste the AudioEye JavaScript Embed Code into the code snippet field.
  6. Name the tool whatever you want.
  7. Under the “Add Code to Pages” option select “All Pages” and “Load Code Once”
  8. Finally under the “Place Code In” option select “Body-end”
  9. Apply those changes
  10. Back in the “Tracking and Analytics” Dashboard toggle the switch on your new custom tool so that it is “Enabled”
  11. Exit the “Tracking and Analytics” Dashboard
  12. Re-publish your site
  13. AudioEye will now be active on your site and will automatically help your site be more accessible

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