As you may be aware, Title III of the ADA requires that owners, lessors, or operators of a “place of public accommodation” provide equal access to users who meet ADA standards for disability. Over the last two years, U.S. courts have begun to rule that commercial websites DO qualify as places of public accommodation and thus are subject to ADA rules.
ADA Compliance dictates image and “alt tags” throughout the website, along with special notices regarding “new windows” and assorted other requirements be followed. As a service we offer website audits and implementation — necessary corrections to theme files, site content, PLUS Accessibility Tools and a linked “Accessibility Statement” to express your compliance intentions.
We also offer on-going maintenance plans to help assure new materials are within the ADA-WCAG guidelines.
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- 1. ADA Compliance. “Websites May Be Places of Public Accommodation Subject to the ADA,” American Bar Association