The New York Times has noted the rise of ADA lawsuits for blind shoppers on websites.
Web accessibility is particularly easy to discover, but difficult to for the layperson to understand where to begin.
I don’t mean to get too into the topic here, but there are some easy to note violations:
- Use of flash animation, especially as an integral part of the site
- Images that lack title attributes
- links that lack title attributes
- Images used to convey textual information
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