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At AcuPerfect Websites we understand the importance of ADA compliance and accessibility. We strive to make sure your website has the tools and features you need to be accessible to those with disabilities.
We would like to provide you with an overview of how our website service for acupuncturists meets the needs of ADA accessibility and its criteria.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990 and does not have any specific requirements for websites. There are proposed amendments that will eventually fill this gap, but for now we use the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), developed through the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), as a roadmap to improve accessibility features.
Our websites already include many of the recommendations under the WCAG guidelines, including:
Since our website service allows for our clients to make changes to their website or add their own content, we are not able to guarantee full compliance with the WCAG or ADA. We do however provide you with the support and resources to be as compliant as possible.
Below are some of the important guidelines to be aware of when editing your website or adding your own content:
Alt-tags on important images:
When adding an image to a page or blog post you can add a description of the image in the “Alternative Text” field — this will allow screen-reading software to provide a description of the image to blind users.
When adding a link to your content, make sure the text you turn into a link is descriptive to where the link is going to. For example, instead of “Click here to contact me” (where only the vague “click here” is linked), you should link the whole phrase “Click here to contact me” so it’s clear where the link goes.
Some color palettes are pleasing to the eye, but might not be very legible to some users. Same goes for font styles — some stylistic fonts might be difficult for some to read. Here is an example of non-accessible font and color choices.
We will also continue updating our websites with additional enhancements, improvements, and tools to make sure your acupuncture website is as accessible as possible.
Feel free to reach out to us for any questions or concerns.
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