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While the need for web accessibility was not envisioned when the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law 30 years ago this summer, ADA web accessibility has emerged as a top-of-mind topic and a fundamental necessity. This has prompted a proliferation of new tools to evaluate the… Read More
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Automated web accessibility audit tools comparison
ADA Compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines has not traditionally been a top-of-mind consideration for the writers, editors, and subject matter experts who populate websites with content. Then again, the same can be said for developers, designers, site architects, and everyone involved… Read More
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This week, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the Ninth Circuit Court’s decision in Robles v. Domino’s Pizza, LLC,* signaling a long-anticipated answer to an essential question: Does the Title III of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, which was written before the current digital… Read More
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Since its launch, many have written about all the great technology that has been added to Drupal 8. You will find articles online talking about such added features as headless and responsive and accessible. You will read about modules that have been added to core, contributed modules once part of… Read More
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Migrate to Drupal 8
Does an accessibility issue on my website mean I need to build a brand new one? This might be one of many questions rolling around in your head as you read the email or letter informing you that your site has an accessibility problem.   Don’t panic just yet. It could be something simple, but you… Read More
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Fix my Accessibility Issues or Create a Brand New site
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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Web Accessibility
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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