Knowledge Base


What is AudioEye?

We want to make the Bluehost site accessible to all visitors and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant. We always strive to look for ways to deliver an optimized user experience for everyone to take control of how they navigate and explore our website. AudioEye has been added as a tool to help those with impairments and disabilities. By using this tool, we let our site visitors customize their browsing experience.

AudioEye has various features and settings everyone may use when viewing our main site. This article discusses the AudioEye features.

Where can you find AudioEye?

You'll now notice a new widget in the lower left-hand corner of our website. Click on this widget to access the settings that allow you to change how you view our website.Front of site accessibility icon

Features and functionalities of AudioEye

Below are the features and functionalities of AudioEye that you'll find on our main site, which will help improve your browsing experience.

AudioEye Visual Toolkit

Here is the description of each functionality shown in the image above.

  1. Focus - It highlights the focused elements by placing an orange box around them.
  2. Cursor - Increases your cursor's size for better cursor visibility on your screen.
  3. Highlight - Adds a background behind some items on the page. By clicking on Highlight multiple times, you can select what items are highlighted on the page.
  4. Contrast - You can choose from the different contrast options like the Hi-Con (High-Contrast), Desaturate (converts to grayscale), and Invert (flips the colors) to change the color on the page.
  5. Color-Shift - Inverts page colors.
  6. Animation - It pauses animations on the page so you can easily focus on the content.
  7. Text Size - This increases the text size.
  8. Spacing - Adjusts line height, the word, and letter spacing.
  9. Font - This aids readability. You can choose from the 3 options to change the font types.
  10. Guide - This allows you to keep your pace and focus more on the content. It creates a bar across the whole page to visually show where your mouse cursor is located.
  11. Window - Creates a box across the page. Anything outside the box appears to be darker, allowing you to focus on the content inside the narrow box.
  12. Images - Hovers over an image to see the image description.



Additional features

Show shortcuts (d)

The Show shortcuts display the keyboard shortcuts for each Visual Toolkit icon. You need to enable this feature first within the Settings section.

Show Shortcuts

Once checked, the Visual Toolkit icons will have all the keyboard shortcuts displayed. Each feature can be activated by pressing the corresponding letters on your keyboard.

enabled shortcuts

Page structure

This section helps you navigate through the main site's landmarks, headings, and links through the Page structure section.

Page Structure

This helps to find your way through the main site. Click on each landmark, heading, and search function to do so.

page structure details


Click on Settings (with the gear icon). You can activate or deactivate your keyboard shortcuts. The settings icon is located in the lower-left corner of the AudioEye dashboard.


Use the toggle to manage your keyboard shortcuts.

toggle settings


You can find the Help option in the lower-right corner of the AudioEye dashboard. Help

The AudioEye Help Desk and Learn More sections can be accessed here. You can also find more information about each AudioEye keyboard shortcut.

help details



Use the Reset button found in the top-left corner to turn off any AudioEye feature selected and set the main site to its default view.


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