Why a Software-Based ADA Solution is the Best for Businesses Most everything in life has a positive and a negative side to it. While the bad news is that we know of several businesses in the SouthCoast area who have received letters from attorneys regarding Americans with Disabilities Act compliance issues, the good news is…

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Religious Organizations and ADA: Are Church Websites Exempt? There is a lot of confusion right now about who is responsible and who is exempt when it comes to creating website accommodations for all under the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA. Exemptions for churches, synagogues, mosques, and other religious organizations are covered under Title III.…

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B2B vs B2C Websites and ADA Website Compliance Responsibility One of the most significant risks to businesses with regard to ADA website compliance is thinking that an organization is exempt because of other Americans with Disabilities Act criteria pertaining to offline businesses. A brick-and-mortar office, store, or service facility falls under ADA Title I, which…

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Small to Medium Sized Businesses (SMBs) and ADA Compliance Which businesses are required to have a fully accessible website that meets ADA requirements, and which ones are not? This can be a very confusing topic, as many small business owners believe that they are exempt from these requirements because of ADA Title I. Brick and…

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Affordable ADA Solutions: How Do WCAG 2.1 Requirements Apply? The best way to build an ADA compliant website, despite there not being any explicit instructions from the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), is to follow the WCAG requirements for accessibility. WCAG stands for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and serves as a reference point for…

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The ADA Does Not Specify Websites: Why Does Compliance Matter? Understanding the laws that require businesses to create accessible websites can be a challenge in and of itself. While the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA states explicitly that businesses falling into the categories of “public place of accommodation” include hotels, banks, and public transportation,…

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Website Responsibility: How to Address Accessibility Issues The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that all businesses make sure that they are offering the same services to disabled people that they provide to everyone else. This requirement of accessibility also applies to websites. Since 2017, non-compliant websites began receiving legal notices and lawsuits. Each year…

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5 Other Benefits of ADA Compliance for SouthCoast Businesses Business owners who are searching for a reason to improve website accessibility for their company site don’t have to look too hard to find the benefits of ADA compliance. While this article focuses on five primary examples, it could be argued that there are dozens more.…

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Why Should I Make Sure My Business Website is ADA Compliant? Like a lot of other business owners in the SouthCoast area and all across the nation, all of this information about ADA requirements for websites is probably new to you. Learning that website accessibility is now required by the Americans with Disabilities Act, something…

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What Does ADA Compliance Have to Do with My Business Website? According to the regulations stipulated in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title III, all business websites must be accessible to visitors with disabilities. The risk for businesses that do not comply with ADA Title II includes the potential for being sued and all…

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