As discussed in this chapter, while SharePoint Designer inherits many of its reporting capabilities from FrontPage 2003, it has a number of cool features for planning the accessibility and compatibility of Web sites.
SharePoint Designer offers a number of reports that can be used to determine the state and usage of the Web sites. It relies on the Web server type for usage reports.
You can use the Accessibility Checker to find out if there are issues related to accessibility on your Web pages. SharePoint Designer generates reports that provide information and suggestions about how you can conform to the chosen accessibility standards.
SharePoint Designer also offers a Compatibility Checker that allows you to determine whether your Web pages are compatible with a certain HTML, XHTML, or CSS schema.