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Siteimprove Priority Feature Script

This article applies to: Siteimprove, Web Accessibility

Siteimprove includes a feature called Priority that can help you make better-informed decisions about web accessibility issues.

Please note: Siteimprove's documentation refers to the Analytics module, which isn't part of Cornell's contract. The Priority feature adds a few aspects of analytics to the modules we do have (Quality Assurance and Accessibility).

Tasks You Can Do with the Priority Feature

You can see and sort by "clicks on broken links" data in the Broken Links table (available under Quality Assurance, then Links). For example, if you have a long list of broken links, you can sort so you see the links that are most heavily clicked first. You can also see "clicks on broken links" for PDFs and other documents.

You can see and sort by "page view" data in the Pages table and on the PDFs table (both available under Accessibility). For example, if you are viewing a Level A issue that is found on 200 pages, you can sort so that you see the pages that have been viewed most frequently at the top.

Add the Priority Feature to Your Website

To add the Priority feature, ask the team or person who does technical maintenance and support on your website.

Siteimprove's steps for adding a Cornell-specific script

Cornell-specific script:

The script must be placed immediately before the end </body> tag.
<script type="text/javascript">
(function() {
var sz = document.createElement('script'); sz.type = 'text/javascript'; sz.async = true;
sz.src = '//';
var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(sz, s);

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Monday, February 3, 2020 - 1:59pm

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