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Congressional Bill to set Standards for Web Accessibility and Reduce Lawsuits

The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses and organizations that offer goods and/or services to the public make sure that these services are equally …

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Website Accessibility Overlays Don’t Protect You from Potential Lawsuits

Overlays are products that claim to automatically fix a website’s accessibility issues.  All you have to do, they claim, is insert their JavaScript snippet on …

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Website Accessibility overlays, plugins and widgets might actually put a target on your back

Are you thinking about using one of those website accessibilities overlays, plugins or widgets that puts a toolbar overlay on your website? Think again. The …

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Covid-19 is making Website Accessibility more important than ever!

Due to COVID-19, consumer-facing industries (e.g., retail, restaurants, hospitality, banking, online education, etc.) are benefiting from an increase in online order demands. Businesses must ensure …

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Web Accessibility is more important in the Wake of COVID-19 especially in Education

The U.S. Department of Education’s Q & A on Providing Services to Children with Disabilities During the COVID-19 Outbreak. Web Accessibility is more important than …

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Why Your Websites Must Be ADA Compliant

Other than the trending obvious of avoiding possible lawsuits, it lets the disabled community, their family, friends, and people as a whole know that your …

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If Beyoncé can be sued for having a Website that is not Accessible, So Can You!

Beyoncé Knowles company Parkwood Entertainment was sued for having a website that was not accessible by the visually impaired. Mary Conner who is blind according …

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Is Your Law Firms Website ADA Compliant? It Should Be

Federal Courts across the country have ruled that certain governmental, business and professional websites are considered “public accommodations” and covered by Title III of the …

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