UserWay's Accessibility Scanner allows users to create custom scanning scenarios. Custom Scenario Scan is a tool that allows developers to simulate user journeys through a website to ensure there are no accessibility issues. Multiple scenarios can be mapped at once, and a detailed report is generated for any issues detected.
Building Custom Scenario Scans
Using custom scenario scans, a developer creates custom scenario scripts that will be used to scan page components requiring user interactions. A scenario script is a simulation of user actions: mouse clicks and keyboard typing. The scenario then runs a scan implicitly once all user actions have been completed.
Example of a user journey:
- User login
- User navigates to a product page
- User navigates to the shopping cart
The scan will only be performed on the final page (the shopping cart).
If you need to scan multiple pages on a particular journey, you will need to create separate scenarios.
A scenario consists of 3 parts: name, initial page URL, and scenario script.
Please find our debugging guide below:
- In this scenario, we have intentionally changed the selector in line 4 (to 'oops..'), to ensure the journey test will fail:
- See the sample test results after the journey/scenario test. After 10 - 15 seconds, you should see a popup with an error message(s) and screenshot:
- Once you close the popup, you can fix the problem: set the selector to #submit_btn
- Save your scenario by clicking on the Save & Close button:
- You can also edit your scenario scripts in the sitemap list. Click the Edit scenario script text link: