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Introduction

Accessibility Fast Track® is a time-saving tool that instantly locates elements such as links, images, and text and addresses accessibility issues in bulk at the touch of a button.

This feature allows users to fix, review, and ignore HTML snippets on affected pages. Fast Track is useful for recurring errors. With this feature, the error only needs to be fixed once and the repair is universal across all pages of the URL.


Fast Track for Entire Domain

This section gives information on how to navigate and edit Accessibility issues using the Monsido Accessibility Fast Track feature. Use this method to correct accessibility errors on all pages within a domain.

  1. From the Monsido Domain Overview, click Select Domain. The Domain Overview page opens.

    Image showing the location of the Select Domain button.

  2. Click on the domain name. The Dashboard for the domain opens.

    Image showing the full dashboard view.

  3. Click Accessibility (icon of a human with outstretched arms), on the toolbar.

    Image showing the location of the Accessibility button on the toolbar.

    Alternatively, click the Accessibility header in the Accessibility overview section.

    Image showing the location of the Accessibility section on the dashboard.

  4. The Accessibility Summary page opens.

  5. From the menu on the left, select Fast Track.

  6. The Accessibility Fast Track page opens.

    • The page is divided into two sections.

      • The left-hand side of the page:

        • Search: Click in the dialog box and begin to type a search parameter. The results will start to appear after three figures are entered.

        • HTML snippet affecting compliance level: This section shows the HTML snippet that affects the website page compliance.

        • Effect on compliance: This column shows the percentage of effect that his issue has on the overall page compliance level.

        • Highlight a row to see details about the error on the right-hand side of the page.

          • Effect on Overall Compliance level:

            • Effect on overall compliance level, shown in percentage.

            • Affected pages: number of pages that this error occurs on.

            • Failing checks: The number of checks that this error fails.

      • The right-hand side of the page:

        • Effect on Overall Compliance level:

          • Effect on overall compliance level, shown in percentage.

          • Affected pages: number of pages that this error occurs on.

          • Failing checks: The number of checks that this error is failing.

        • Snippet: This section shows the full HTML snippet.

        • Check: Lists the check(s) that fail.

          • Accessibility Help Center: Click to view suggestions on how to repair the issue.

            For more information, see the User Guide chapter:

          • Action: Click to expand the options. Choose:

            • Reviewed: Click to approve the issue and mark it as Reviewed. A dialog box opens. Enter a reason and then click OK.

            • Open Example

          • Pages: This column shows the number of pages affected by this issue. Click to navigate to the Pages failing check page.

            • Title and URL: Page Title and URL address for all of the pages where the error occurs.

            • Label: Add or view labels for this page.

              For more information, see the User Guide chapter:

            • Priority: This column shows the level of priority that the page has. High, Medium, or Low.

              For more information, see the User Guide chapter:

            • Views: The number of views that the page has.

          • Each row has the following buttons:

            • Open page details (the page icon): Click to view the page dashboard. The Accessibility Page Details window slides open. Depending upon the level of compliance that is selected, the following information is displayed:

              • The issues are listed on the left-hand side of the page. Select an issue to view the details about the issue and some suggestions on how to fix it.

              • Fix the issue from the right-hand side of the page

                • Review All Issues: Click to approve all issues and mark them as Reviewed. A dialog box opens. Enter a reason and then click OK. The dialog closes.

                • Ignore Check: Use this option:

                  • If the issue is incorrectly marked as broken.

                  • To ignore issues on a single-page basis.

                  • To ignore all other issues on a domain level.

                • Mark as fixed - Use this option when the issue is fixed on the website. Items that are marked as fixed are included in future scans.

                  Note: The difference between Mark as Fixed and Ignore Check is that issues marked as Fixed are still included in future scans and can be flagged again if the error persists. Issues that are set to Ignore are permanently omitted from future scans and compliance scores.

                • Reviewed: Click to approve the issue and mark it as Reviewed. A dialog box opens. Enter a reason and then click OK. The dialog closes and the issue is moved to the Reviewed tab.

                  For more information, see the User Guide chapter:

            • Redirect to Page (magnifying glass icon): Click to navigate to the page URL and view the page as an external visitor.

              Image showing the location of the Redirect to Page button.

              Tip: If it is installed, use the Monsido Extension to identify the placement of the errors on the page, repair the errors, and more.

              For more information, see the User Guide chapter:


Fast Track for Single Page

Use this method to correct accessibility or data privacy errors on a single page.

  1. From any module, on the same row as a page with errors, click the Open Page Details button.

    Image showing the location of the Open Page Details button.

    The Page Dashboard opens.

  2. Click Accessibility on the top menu bar. The Accessibility page opens for the selected page.

    Image showing the location of the Accessibility button on the toolbar.

  3. Click to highlight an issue. The pane on the right-hand side of the page updates to show details about the issue.

  4. Click the Fast Track icon (a road icon).

Image showing the location of the Fast Track button.

The Fast Track page opens.

Image of the Fast Track edit page.
  • Mark all as reviewed/ignored: Click to mark all errors on the page as reviewed/ignored.

    Note: To view issues that are marked as Reviewed, see the Audit Log.

  • Effect on overall compliance level: This figure shows the percentage of overall compliance issues that this snippet is responsible for.

  • Affected pages: This donut chart shows the number of pages that are affected by the snippet.

  • Failing checks: This figure shows the total number of checks that this snippet fails.

  • HTML snippet: This section shows the HTML snippet.

  • Highlight a row to see details about the error on the following sections:

    • Level

    • Check: Lists the check(s) that fail.

    • PageCorrect

      For more information, see the User Guide chapter:

    • Action: Click Action and select Review to mark this issue as reviewed.

    • Pages: This column shows the number of pages affected by this issue. Click to navigate to the error page and see:

      • Title and URL: Page Title and URL address for all of the pages where the error occurs.

      • Label: Add or view labels for this page.

        For more information, see the User Guide chapter:

      • Priority: This column shows the level of priority that the page has. High, Medium, or Low.

        For more information, see the User Guide chapter:

      • Views: The number of views that the page has.

      Each row has the following buttons:

      • Open page details (the page icon): Click to view the page dashboard. The Accessibility Page Details window slides open. Depending upon the level of compliance that is selected, the following information is displayed:

        • The issues are listed on the left-hand side of the page. Select an issue to view the details about the issue and some suggestions on how to fix it.

        • Fix the issue from the right-hand side of the page

          • Review All Issues: Click to approve all issues and mark them as Reviewed. A dialog box opens. Enter a reason and then click OK.

            Note: To view issues that are marked as Reviewed, see the Audit Log.

          • Ignore Check: Use this option:

            • If the issue is incorrectly marked as broken.

            • To ignore issues on a single-page basis.

            • To ignore all other issues on a domain level.

          • Mark as fixed - Use this option when the issue is fixed on the website. Items that are marked as fixed are included in future scans.

            Note: The difference between Mark as Fixed and Ignore Check is that issues marked as Fixed are still included in future scans and can be flagged again if the error persists. Issues that are set to Ignore are permanently omitted from future scans and compliance scores.

Undo Review

To undo a review on an issue or domain:

  • Note: To view issues that are marked as Reviewed, see the Audit Log. Only Admin users can view and edit or delete FastTrack reviewed issues.

    1. Click Admin Settings.

      Image that shows the location of the Admin Settings button on the upper right-hand side of the page.

      The Admin Settings page opens.

    2. Click Audit Log in the menu on the left-hand side of the page.

      Image that shows the location of the Audit Log menu item on list that is on the left-hand side of the page.

      The Audit Log opens.

    3. On the same row as a reviewed issue, click Action.

      The Action menu expands.

    4. Select Undo Check Review.

      The issue is gone from the audit log and returns to the errors view on the page and module where it occurs.

    For more information, see the User Guide chapter:


Additional Information

For further assistance, contact the Monsido support team at support@monsido.com or via the Monsido chat and help features inside the application.

Image of the Dashboard showing the location of the Help Center buttons.

Contact us

Monsido, an Optimere brand:

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Monsido US Support:+1 858-281-2185

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Monsido Europe Support:+45 89 88 85 05

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Monsido UK Support:+44 20 8138 8450

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