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<TITLE>Using ACTF Visualization in Web/J2EE/PHP perspectives</TITLE>
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<H1>Using ACTF Visualization in Web/J2EE/PHP perspectives</H1>
ACTF provides extension features for WST/PDT.
If you <a href="integration_install.html">install these features</a>, you can use
accessibility visualization functions of ACTF
in Web, J2EE and PHP perspectives.
After opening target content by using 'Run As' menu ('Run on Server', 'PHP Script', 'PHP Web Page'),
select Visualization menu to confirm usability of blind/lowvision users.
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<span>Figure 1. Visualization menu in PHP perspective</span>
<H1 class="related">Related topics</H1>
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<li><a href="integration_install.html">Installation guide to use ACTF Visualization in Web/J2EE/PHP perspectives</a></li>
<LI><A href="workspace.html">Exploring the HTML Accessibility perspective</A>
<LI><A href="modes.html">Two types of visualization</A>
<LI><A href="compliance.html">Compliance and accessibility guidelines for Web content</A>
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