Accessibility testing is 30% automated and 70% manual. There is a myth that once accessibility testing is done with automated tools, the accessibility testing is complete. Automated accessibility testing should, however, be still performed before performing manual accessibility assessment. For example, automated accessibility testing helps identify many underlying code problems that in turn can help you eliminate a lot of bugs that you might otherwise find during the manual testing saving your overall time in testing and logging bugs.
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