Do you have a refund policy?
We only offer month to month subscription and we offer no refund
as this is not a physical product you can return. You can simply
cancel your subscription anytime
How Much Is The Monthly Subscription ?
At This time it is introductory price of $5 a Month For Each Website.
In Future the price will rise but you will be grandfathered in to remain at $5
Why Is The Price So Low?
We Want Everyone To be able To afford this so
they help the disabled navigate your website!
Does the Accessibility Widget make me 100% Compliant?
No It is only part of it.
There are some Things You need to do yourself
or your webmaster
to try to make it 100%
What Are Some of the Main Issues Which Make Websites Inaccessible?
WCAG recommends 3 different levels from beginner to advanced.
To be compliant at the beginner level (recommended), your website must:
- Use clear and helpful page titles
- Provide user controls for moving content
- Present items in a logical order
- Not use presentation that relies solely on color
- Provide an alternative to video-only and audio-only content
- Provide captions for all videos which include audio
- Use more than one sense for all instructions
- Make all functionality accessible by keyboard only
- Ensure users have control over time limits
- Provide text alternatives for non-text content
- Provide a "skip to content" lin
- Make the purpose of every link clear from its context
- Ensure page elements do not change when they receive focus on input
Images should have alt text should describe the purpose of the link.
What is WCAG & what is ADA?
As of 2020, there are more than 400 million active Websites online. All of those websites are
required to provide equal accessibility to all people according to the International Website
Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and in the United States following III of the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA)
To be compliant, all sites must be free of barriers that would make
it difficult or impossible for
people with disabilities to make use of them. An inaccessible website
can turn into a major source
of problems for your business and a major Lawsuit.
A lack of accessibility compliance can lead to all sorts of other problems for your
business. For example, your business can't reach potential customers if those
potential prospects can't use your website because of accessibility issues. It's easy to
underestimate the magnitude of people
who rely on accessibility features to access websites.
Approximately 60 million people live with a disability, According to the Centers for
Disease Control. This group has an estimated
$645 billion in annual disposable income.
Businesses including Home Depot, Sears, Brooks Brothers
and Footlocker , have been successfully
sued in federal court and forced to pay expensive settlements
because their websites were not
accessible to people with disabilities.