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Complete Guide to Testing Your Website’s Accessibility

Before we dive into the best methods for testing your website’s accessibility, Let’s start with the basics: website accessibility? According to W3C, Web accessibility means that …

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Is There a Legal Requirements for Web Accessibility?

When talking about Web Accessibility, there are three organizations to consider. WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), and Section 508. It …

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Do using Plugins, Widgets, and Overlays make your Website ADA Compliant or do they just put you at risk of Litigation?

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

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Website Accessibility 101, Your Buyers Guide

Web accessibility means that websites, tools, and technologies are designed and developed so that people with disabilities can use them. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines …

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Section 508 and VPAT: What they are and what you need to know.

SECTION 508 of the Rehabilitation Act Section 508, is a law introduced in 1998 as an amendment to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. It establishes …

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Screen Readers: How people who are blind use computers and access the Internet

We live in a highly digital world. Most of us are constantly using our phones, laptops, computers, and tablets. We use these devices to learn, play games, …

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Accessible Website’s: Why you should have one and how to properly design it.

We live in a world where we’re dependent on the world wide web for everything we do. Think about it: How do you do your …

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Website Accessibility Statements, what are they, and how do I create one?

An accessibility statement defines the level of web accessibility your website aims to achieve.  It is a public statement that follows your company’s accessibility policies, …

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