ADA Compliance is something all website owners need to be concerned with.
But what is it really and how do you achieve it?
First, there is no official standard for what is or is not real ADA Compliance when it comes to a website. There are no laws that specifically say a website must do x, y, or z in order to be compliant.
Instead, website owners are "encouraged" to make a "best effort" to ensure their websites are accessible. (There are guidelines called WCAG however these are indeed "guidelines" and it is recognized that the goal is to achive "substantial compliance" because it is exremely difficult to achive 100% total compliance with WCAG as parts of it are completely subjective.)
To help with compliance we first of all make certain that our websites are designed from the ground up with standards in mind. This helps deliver websites that are easy to use and that perform better in search engines.
But to help with better WCAG compliance we have introduced a widget that is available on all pages of a website. It works with the WCAG 2.1 standard.
This widget incorporates additional controls to help make a website more accessible.
It is important to note that we are NOT legal experts. We are simply doing our best to supply technology to our clients that we believe help them achieve greater compliance with the ADA and WCAG guidelines.
NOTE that this is available as a STANDARD FEATURE for ALL our Full Service clients. We are rolling this out to all clients but if you want to be added ASAP then please reach out to email@example.com
If you existing website is missing this important compliance capability, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for a FREE strategy consultation.
11 months ago
11 months ago