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Worried about your website content? Some guidelines to make you stress-free!

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Last updated on May 11, 2023

With the progress of technology, it is expected that all the website owners and their organizations must confirm it that their sites are obedient to The Americans with Disabilities Act  (ADA) along with the improvement in their business and their popularity.

But we have to clarify the point here that what does ADA mean? Actually, ADA or Americans with Disabilities Act was passed almost thirty years ago with the intention to keep the right of those individuals who are disabled.

The act is enacted for them as a step to eliminate discrimination from society and mostly in the field of employment, in the field of that services that are related to the public.

This act also targeted the accommodations services of the general public and the telecommunication also. So, many guidelines are there in our substantial surroundings that are only made for the public organizations which they have to abide by carefully with the proper instructions of the lawmakers.

For instance, the organizations have to concentrate on creating selected open parking spaces at that time when they are going to launch their business.

They have to make mark their elevator properly with a raised symbol right on the button of the control. But this is not applicable for the online business, and it is the matter of great concern that even today no laws have been initiated like the guidelines of the accessibility.

The revised regulation of ADA for the accessibility of the web is valid from January of 2018.

If this is the fact that the organizations of the internet cannot make the assurance of their faithfulness, then there are certainly some steps that are suggested to follow by them so that they can assure that their sites are available for the disabled also.

Here are some of them:

  • You are suggested to read the review papers on the WCAG or the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines. You will get some proper guidelines to build your site accessible for disabled persons.
  • For the easy access of your site, it is recommended to plan a verification activity or audit with the assistance of a tool like WAVE for the accessible web. This tool is made to inspect all the issues related to accessibility.
  • You have to be sure about that images have expressive tags of alt that is employed by the voiceovers, readers of the screen, players, to illustrate the elements of a site to its users.
  • You should review the styles of our site along with the elements, like links buttons and headings,
  • You have to include all type of user of your site even those who have disabilities with them.   So, keeping them in your mind, you have to make your site’s background.  If it has the navigation that is incorporated with smaller and lighter fonts, then it is probable that for some viewers it is illegible.
  • Make use of all the greatest practices of writing on the web at the time when you are developing your website content try to keep the language of your site’s content very simple so that it becomes possible for the users to scan them. Headlines acronyms and abbreviations facilitate the readers of the screen to articulate them appropriately.
  • Audit the code of your site to ensure that your website’s code the finest one.  And most importantly you have to maintain the whole process forever to make your site ADA obedient

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  1. S Prasad
    S Prasad

    This is a great article, Thanks for the tutorial and information.keep posting this kind of article in the future. Great share. Keep sharing.


    May 16, 2019
  2. Hello Philip,
    Thanks for sharing this post.
    I am sure a newbie Blogger will in the initial stage struggle to fulfill the requirements on their blog.
    The tips shared in this post will really fix almost all their doubts and can easily fix their blogging problems..
    Thank you for sharing this with us .
    I really appreciate it.
    Keep sharing

    May 25, 2019
  3. Frank Daley
    Frank Daley

    Great points indeed! Apart from the necessity to abide by the revised regulations of the ADA, one must remember that 1 out of every 4 Americans has got some sort of disability and if the website is not ADA accessible then business owners are losing out on a huge potential customer base.

    April 20, 2022

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