Validate accessibility Learn how to validate your app or website for accessibility by finding and fixing issues like touch target size, color contrast, and content labeling. Open accessibility validation In Kobiton, select Sessions. Find a session, then select the session in the search result. At the session details page, select the Explorer tab. Select a yellow marker in the session timeline. Select View Details. Select an issue type To view all issues related to a specific accessibility type, select from one of the following: Touch target size The size of an element on the screen your user can interact with. If an element is too small, some users may struggle to interact with elements on your app or website. Color Contrast The difference in light between a foreground element and its background.If the color contrast is insufficient some users may struggle to see elements on your app or website. Content labeling Each UI element on the screen should be properly labeled in your codebase.If a UI element is missing or using an incorrect label, users may be unable to use a screen reader with your app or website. Select a screenshot Each screenshot is flagged with one or more issues related to the current issue type. The total number of screenshots for this issue type is located beneath the screenshot pane. Use the Next and Previous icons to select a specific screenshot. Select an issue The total number of issues flagged on the selected screenshot is located at the top of the issue pane. Use the Next and Previous icons to select an issue on the currently selected screenshot. Review the issue Each issue contains a description with a link to the related Apple or Google accessibility guideline. Use the following information to review the selected issue. Visible Indicates the visibility of the selected element using true or false. Xpath The Xpath of the selected element. Hover over the Xpath value to copy it to your clipboard. Text The text output of the selected element. Width The width of the selected element. Height The height of the selected element. X The X-coordinate on the screen of the selected element. Y The Y-coordinate on the screen of the selected element.