Export axe Expert and axe Monitor Results
Use the axe Expert Extension CSV Reporter
In order to create and export reports follow this path:
Overflow Menu > Export axe Expert Extension CSV or
Overflow Menu > Export axe Monitor CSV
Follow the steps below to export analysis results as a Comma-Separated Value (CSV) file suitable for viewing and editing in a spreadsheet program such as Excel. Dependent on whether the user has elected to
Export axe Expert CSV or
Export axe Monitor CSV, the resulting file includes the following columns of information about each violation:
|Attest Results Headings||Comply Results Headings|
|Impact||Element source code|
|Rule iD||Tab URL (if different from Page)|
|Help||Frame URL (if different from Page)|
|WCAG 2 Success Criteria||Additional Information|
|Section 508 Paragraph||Selector|
|WCAG 2 Level|
|WCAG 2 Success Criteria|
|Section 508 Paragraph|
|Manual Issue ID|
With the analysis results displayed in the Analyze panel and any rule violation populating the content pane, access the analysis panel context menu button (vertical ellipses) and select
Export axe Monitor CSV.
Save CSVFile system file browser dialog displays.
Select the folder location where you want to save the file; for example,
Type a file name if you want it to be something different than the default.
The file is saved to the location you specified. You can now open the file with a spreadsheet application, for example, Microsoft Excel, and edit the file. Or, you may import the file into another CSV file format compliant system.
Some users wish to generate a report of a clean scan to prove site accessibility (or prove that no issues were found by automated testing).
Save analysis results for a "clean scan":
Verify that the clean scan is displayed.
Activate the axe Expert Extension DevTools panel menu to display enabled options:
Choose the preferred report export option: Elect to
export to axe Monitor CSVor
export to axe Expert Extension CSV.
Sign in to axe Monitor before selecting the preferred import option if you wish to upload the report to axe Monitor. Otherwise, follow the prompts to save the exported report to your local file system.