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Is ADA compliance mandatory for my website?

The ADA’s extension to websites has been a complicated and often confusing narrative. The ADA does not explicitly address online compliance, even after undergoing several amendments in 2008. With no definitive coverage under the law, it usually falls to the courts to determine how ADA standards apply to websites—or whether they do at all. Title III of the ADA requires that every owner, lessor, or operator of a “place of public accommodation” provide equal access to users who meet...



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ADA Website Compliance: What you need to know

Organizations around the world are scrambling to bring their websites into ADA compliance. For a website to be ADA compliant, it needs to be accessible to users of all abilities and disabilities. The law that primarily governs accessibility is The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Even though it doesn’t mention websites, Title III of the ADA has been been interpreted by US courts to apply to websites. Lawsuits have since been on the rise, targeting websites not compliant with...