Raakt is a toolkit to find accessibility issues in HTML documents.
It can be used as part of a an automatic test procedure or as a
command line tool to evaluate remote web sites. Focus is on finding
accessibility issues that never should be present (thus, there are no
"...if applicable"), and that are machine testable (you have to test
your content some other way).

Changelog for 0.4 is:
- Method to load test document from URL (feed_url)
- RAAKT is now easy to use in your Rails testing framework (see
http://peterkrantz.com/2006/accessibility-in-rails-with-raakt/)
- Warnings for more formatting elements (patch by Daniel Morrison)


If you want to play with RAAKT without installing the gem I have
created an online version here:

http://peterkrantz.com/bacc/

This service can be used to test remote web sites like this:

http://peterkrantz.com/bacc/?url=http://www.ruby-lang.org/en



For more details see:

http://raakt.rubyforge.org/
http://rubyforge.org/projects/raakt/


Kind regards,

Peter Krantz