Does accessiBe Intervenes with the site's source code or affect performance and loading times?
accessiBe does not interfere at all with the site’s source code. AccessiBe "gets over" the site’s code on the side of the browser as soon as it loads, and modifies it according to user requirements. If the user has not chosen to perform an action, AccessiBe won't do anything to the site code, and in any case, the system does not change, delete, save or update anything from the source code, only from the code shown in the browser (also known as Client Side) - these changes occur only in the document’s objects structure (DOM) and using CSS and JS, and no system-level or server-level interface is required. Once the code of AccessiBe has been removed from the site, the system will have no trace of it in the site itself.
Additionally, AccessiBe does not affect the site's performance at all. The system itself loads only after the entire site is loaded and fully rendered by the browser. In addition to this, the system loads asynchronously, so the browser does not wait for its loading in order to show the surfer your site or allow surfers to take action. In this way, we can take pride in the fact that the system does not affect site loading times and does not affect the site optimization score even minimally. And on top of that, it loads at full speed, with compressed files (GZIP) and full cashing, allowing the surfers full and proper use of the website from the very first moment.