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Search engines have two primary goals when determining which pages should appear in the search engines: relevancy and accessibility. SEO and Web Accessibility are not just for disabled people. Websites that don’t pay attention to this critical issue will likely see less traffic and shorter website visits. Learn about how implementing web accessibility standards helps search engine rankings and improves usability even for non-disabled users.

Website Accessibility

How to Check Your Website for Web Accessibility?

I’ve written here on the blog about ADA compliance, also known as 508, and more recently, W.C.A.G 2.2 compliance, or web accessibility. My daughter is blind, and because of that, her online experience often suffers because many websites fail to provide adequate solutions for those with disabilities. Websites are covered under the Americans with Disabilities...
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ADA Compliance & Website Accessibility: Risks of Non-Compliance

ADA Compliance & Website Accessibility: In 1990, when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was initially enacted, the digital world was not a significant concern, as the World Wide Web was still in its early stages. Apart from ADA Compliance, you may come across 508 compliance, which refers to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act...
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Troubleshooting the Web for Smartphone Users

Troubleshooting Web for Smartphone Users Smartphone users make up a significant chunk of internet searches, which is only projected to increase. But smartphone search faces some specific challenges regarding mobile internet use. Two of the most common issues are faulty redirects and issues exclusive to smartphones. Here’s a look at how to fix them and...
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The Ultimate Guide to 508 Compliance

If you want to be sure you’re meeting the needs of everyone in your website audience, you must take steps to ensure your site is 508 compliant. The compliance standards are set by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that requires federal agencies to provide software and website accessibility to anyone with disabilities....
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