Get ADA Web Accessible

ADA Compliance for websites using WCAG 2.1 and Section 508,

Answer quick: Is your website ADA compliant? …If you hesitated at all, that’s not good. It’s time to take a look at your business’ or service’s website through the eyes of a different set of potential customers — people living with disabilities. We know what you’re thinking: But, my website is easy to read and simple…

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What happens if you do not comply with the law? If you have not heard from U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR), chances are increasing that you will. The OCR is increasing the number of investigations to ensure school districts are complying with their legal obligation under Title II of the Americans…

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If you are striving to make your website WCAG 2.0  to be ADA accessible, there are many resources available help guide you. WCAG 2.0 Resources WCAG 2.0 Guidelines W3.org Accessibility Tutorials American’s with Disabilities Act Summary of ADA ADA.gov The Rehabilitation Act Summary of The Rehabilitation Act (Section 504 / 508) Section 504 (for schools and…

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