Is Your Website ADA Compatible? by Kris Swiatocho
Recently I was asked if my website was ADA compliant. To be honest I had never thought about it. So upon doing some of my own investigation, I found that I needed to do some things to my site. And if you are like me and designed your own site or are you own editor, you are the one responsible for this compatibility.
Now my host web company "Weebly" does follow ADA standards regarding coding and font size, etc. but they also suggested I do my own research. That often we can added third party software or graphics that aren't compatible.
So I did find one big thing I needed to change. I need to add alternative text or a caption for all my photo's and logo's. While this took a very long time to do, I could see the value of doing it for those visually impaired. I also went to this site and read their 7 suggestions to make my site ADA compatible. I hope it helps you too as you work towards making your website ADA compatible.
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