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Federal Courts Allow ADA Website Accessibility Claims to Continue

From JD Supra Legal News… Two federal courts in New York recently joined the growing list of those finding that Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does apply to websites. Both courts denied motions to dismiss by businesses that had argued that Title III of the ADA only applied to physical locations of public accommodation. These decisions… Continue Reading Federal Courts Allow ADA Website Accessibility Claims to Continue

Web Accessibility Tip for August

Sorry this is a little late… Icon Contrast WCAG 2.0 requires sufficient contrast for text and images of text. Modern web content increasingly uses icons, emojis, and other graphical elements to convey content, meaning, and functionality. As such, adequate contrast for such elements is critical. WCAG 2.1 is likely to introduce contrast requirements for icons, but in the meantime ensure… Continue Reading Web Accessibility Tip for August