ADA Compliance Checklist for Your Website

The American Disabilities Act has mainly been considered from a physical perspective. Over the years, it has been property and business owners who have endeavored to make their premises compliant. However, the scenario changed from 2010 when the Department of Justice released a new interpretation of the Act. The phrase “places of accommodation” was meant to include websites and other online content that can be found on the internet. Therefore, the website that has content or components that are significantly inaccessible and thus non-compliant to the ADA will be considered in violation of the act, specifically Title III.…