The ShortPoint Accessibility widget has both free and paid plans. In this article, we are going to show you the main difference between them.
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Before we begin
- The accessibility feature is available in ShortPoint SPFx version 7.8.x.xx or later.
- To know more about this feature, check our solution article: Getting Started: Setting Up ShortPoint Accessibility
Free plan summary
The free plan only includes the Accessibility Widget (with 10 user-enabled accessibility enhancements) and doesn’t make your site compliant with the Accessibility standards. You can use the free widget indefinitely.
Paid plan summary
In contrast, when your site is on the paid plan, you will get the following benefits:
- Our AI-powered accessibility remediation engine will find and fix any issues that cause your site to be inaccessible, giving you a guarantee that your site will stay compliant with WCAG 2.1, ADA, and other accessibility standards. All of this happens in the background, without affecting your intranet performance.
- You will be able to download a compliance report that shows what was remediated on your site and the current accessibility status of your site: Example Accessibility Compliance and Remediations Report.pdf
Free and Paid plans difference
Below, you will find more details about what is different between free and paid plans:
|Free Plan||Paid Plan|
|Accessibility Remediations||No automatic remediations||AI-Powered accessibility remediations included|
|Compliance with Standards||The site will not be compliant with the accessibility standards (since the remediations are not included).||Your site is guaranteed to be compliant with all the latest accessibility standards, including WCAG 2.1 and ADA.|
|User-enabled Enhancements||Includes 10 user-enabled accessibility enhancements in the widget.||Includes 10 standard plus 4 premium user-enabled accessibility enhancements:|
|Compliance Report||No compliance report can be generated, as the remediations are not applied||You can generate and download a report that shows what was remediated and what is your site’s current accessibility status.|
That's it. Hope this information was useful for you.