Accessibility at Opendatasoft

Patrick Smith Updated by Patrick Smith


Opendatasoft uses two sets of guidelines at AA levels for accessibility:

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

We also follow Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design in order to improve access to information for people with disabilities.

Since the ADA encourages self-regulation of accessibility standards and doesn't define the regulations, organizations are encouraged to use the WCAG 2.0 level AA guidelines.

Therefore, the Opendatasoft public-facing content is ADA compliant because it follows WCAG 2.0 - AA.

We also have a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) accessible on demand.

What is Opendatasoft doing for accessibility?

Here are a few examples of what the Opendatasoft platform implements to improve accessibility:

  • The decorative elements have WAI-ARIA attributes to avoid text-to-speech triggering
  • The images are tagged with alt attributes and meaningful titles
  • The links are tagged with a meaningful description
  • All of the user interface elements are navigable with a keyboard (including tabs and tabular data)
  • When using different languages, elements are properly tagged to ensure better text-to-speech performance
  • The modal windows have appropriate focus and focus cycling

Reporting an issue

Despite our best efforts, if you encounter an accessibility issue on the platform, please reach out to us! Let us know by sending a report to

When sending a report, please include this information:

  • Your browser*
  • Your operating system*
  • Your screenreader
  • A description of the issues you're encountering

*Please include the version numbers. Use this website or this one to find out more easily.

We will do our best to fix those issues in the forthcoming releases!

How did we do?

Managing API keys

Registering applications


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