The Opquast tools developed by community members
Opquast extension for Drupal
This Opquast extension for Drupal was proposed and developed by Marc-Antoine Marty, from Ecedi. It allows you to (manually) audit a site with the Opquast best practices checklist. It has of course been validated by the Drupal core. Updating with the latest version of the checklist is in progress.
Opquast extension for WordPress
The Opquast extension for WordPress was developed by Jean-Baptiste Audras, from Whodunit and member of the WordPress core. It can also be used to (manually) audit a site with the Opquast best practices checklist. Updating with the latest version of the checklist is in progress.
Opquast extension for SPIP
The Opquast extension for SPIP was developed by Nicolas Dorigny. Like its extension friends mentioned above, it allows you to audit (manually) a site with the Opquast good practices checklist. Updating with the latest version of the checklist is in progress.
Trello review or audit board
The Trello review or audit board was created by Denis Grugeon. It is useful for doing an audit or for reviewing the Opquast good practice checklist. The table already includes the 2020 checklist.
Revision or audit table Concept
The Opquast audit table for Notion was created by Rachel Pellin. It is also useful for carrying out an audit or for reviewing the Opquast best practices checklist. The table already includes the 2020 checklist.
The Opquast Module for Prestashop
The Opquast Module for Prestashop was created by Constantin Boulanger. It works for versions 1.6 and 1.7 and already includes the 2020 checklist.
Opquast sur Quizlet
Orane Massias has chosen to bring Opquast best practices and their objectives to the Quizlet service . This can help you learn or discover best practices and check that you associate them correctly with their objectives and their added value.It is up to date with the 2020 version of best practices
The tools and resources provided by Opquast
Qualité Web : la référence des professionnels
(English version coming early 2021) The first French edition of the qualité Web book was released in 2011, the second version edited by eyrolles was released in 2016. The third version will be released early 2021 alongside the English translated version.
Here is the page where you will find the Opquast best practices checklist . Only the Web Quality checklist (used in the book and for the certification) is kept up to date. The other checklists are no longer maintained, but they remain relevant and we keep them for reference. You can download the checklists in different formats.
Opquast partners have access to an export tool allowing them to select the best practices of their choice and export them in XML, CSV, or JSON format It is not yet updated with the 2020 version of the checklist.
News, social networks and groups
Here is where to find Opquast on the web and social networks. Some channels are very active, others a little less so, because the Opquast team does not necessarily have the means to be everywhere, but if you want to participate you can find us here: