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Failure to comply with ADA requirements makes your business liable to lawsuits from offended parties and opportunistic attorneys.
The main purpose of the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is to ensure that people with disabilities have the same opportunities and rights as those without.
Businesses are required to make accessibility accommodations at their physical location as well as their web property in the digital realm.
Beyond regulatory consequences, failing to make your website more accessible means you’re losing out on business.
Any user that can’t navigate your website is a lost potential sale. On top of that, ADA compliance makes search engines more likely to crawl your website, which pushes it up the rankings and gets your content in front of more people.
First, it's important to note that currently there are no clear rules for ADA website compliance; instead, all businesses that fall under ADA Title I or III must have a website that provides “reasonable accessibility".
And even though the requirements of the law are not clearly spelled out, the best solution for businesses is to follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)