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Does your website provide a “place of public accommodation”? I am online. Just because your site isn’t made up of brick and mortar, that doesn’t mean you don’t have to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act Title III, or so said District Judge Scola in 2017 when he concluded that Winn Read More
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Accessibility badges are gaining attention. These little icons on a web page boast that the page is WCAG 2.0 compliant. As such, the site owner is demonstrating that they recognize the need to provide accessible content. How does one get a badge to put on their web pages? Assume for a moment that Read More
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We're packing our bags and heading south! Will you be at DrupalCon Nashville? Don't miss Promet's lineup of sessions, training or stop by and see us in the exhibit hall at booth #710. This year, Promet Source is supporting DrupalCon as a silver sponsor and host of the annual First Time Attendees Read More
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It's that time of year again for our favorite Drupal camp - MidCamp Chicago!   Of all the camps in all the cities, this one is always our favorite - because of all the great Drupalists we get to meet but also because it's our hometown camp.  This year, Promet Source is supporting the camp by Read More
In this blog, we will walk through how to use the open source tool, pa11y, to setup and run automated accessibility testing. Before you can start the Automated Accessibility Testing, you’ll need to install the prerequisite tools that are required for this type of testing.  Don't worry, we will Read More
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