This release contains many bug fixes, improvements on existing features, mobile-inspired issue detection, and better compatibility with Heroku. This release also begins our new naming scheme, which is based on small towns and areas in Central Florida.
Important Note: If you are upgrading from an existing installation, there are some specific instructions you need to follow. Refer to the full release notes.
Old reports are now stored in the database. This means that UDOIT will work in environments where file storage is not persistent such as Heroku.
Fixed a bug with YouTube caption detection that wrongly flagged videos with parameters in the URL. (Thanks @JACOBSEN_C !)
Removed requirement for Bower and NPM, making self-hosted installation WAY easier!
Added the option to remove color from text emphasized with only color.
Added "lighten" and "darken" options to color contrast U FIX IT.
Added configurable text to "unscannable" section that suggests converting the files to Pages.
Added file size warning for "unscannable" files larger than 50mb
Added configurable suggestion for single content items longer than 3000 words.
Rewrote much of the color contrast U FIX IT for better reliability.
Added more installation instructions, troubleshooting guides, and awards to the README.
Re-enabled detection for object tags, since they are still allowed in HTML files.
I'm the Team Lead of the Techrangers, which is a group of part-time students that specialize in course development and software engineering. I'm also the project manager of the UDOIT tool, which is an open source LTI that scans courses for accessibility issues. Check it out at https://github.com/ucfopen/UDOIT