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What does it mean to be ADA-compliant?

The Americans with Disabilities Act is a federal law that prohibits discrimination against anyone with a disability in all areas of public life, and in 2018 and 2019, more than 2,000 cases have been brought before the courts of America for websites and apps been inaccessible to those disabled and using screen readers. For this, your website needs to follow certain guidelines with regard to its functionality and accessibility:
  • Should have the ‘Skip to Content' button to ensure screen readers can read the important content on the web page in a structured manner
  • The web page should respond to keyboard navigation to ensure all the functions of the web page can be done just by using a keyboard
  • Carousels should have a stop/pause button to give readers with poor vision enough time to view the content
  • Labels such as ‘group code' and ‘coupon code' should be outside the input area to be captured by screen readers
  • The background of the web page should be contrasting with the tabs, drop down-menus, booking button, etc. to be legible
To know more, check out our blog What your business needs to take care of to be ADA lawsuit-free
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