Unfortunately I can't post a direct link because the form uses the post method. The validator is here and the url I was checking is costablancatranslations.com After I ran the check I selected the accessibility tab and found the page is full of warnings that don't seem related to the page. Maybe they are just generic warnings.
The warnings are generic things that the validator can't check, but are required for complicance. You just need to glance through them and see if there's anything that applies.
I'm getting page not found errors when I try to run it on your site, so I can't suggest anything specific
In a world without walls and fences - who needs Windows and Gates?! - Unknown Author
"And there's Bill Gates, the...most...famous...man in the...ah...Microsoft." -- A TV commentator for the 2000 Olympics.
Bobby is the validator created by the people who control the standards. It therefore checks everything that can be checked by such a program and then prints out a list of all of the rules that such programs can't check so that you can check them yourself manually. This means that you don't need to know all of the rules since Bobby has checked most of them for you and told you which ones you need to check for yourself. That makes it a much better alternative to manually checking all of the rules yourself manually since you only need to manually check the ones that can't be checked for by robots.