Product: ADA Website Compliance Audit Report

Make your website fully accessible and protect it from the rising tide of ADA-related lawsuits.

ADA Website Compliance Audit Report

  • A Fast, Comprehensive Audit
    Quickly identify a complete list of issues across your entire site. No waiting for a series of single-page reports that you have to produce manually with Google’s free tools.
  • Clear Action Steps
    Receive your report in an easy-to-use format with code snippets that help your developers identify and resolve compliance issues.
  • Visual Proof of Good Faith Efforts
    Display our badge on your website to demonstrate your compliance steps and deter “drive-by” compliance lawsuits.

Introductory Offer – $750*

*For the first 1,000 pages

WHAT IS ADA WEBSITE COMPLIANCE AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990 to ensure that businesses fairly accommodate people with disabilities. ADA website compliance refers to the mandate that web content should be accessible to those with disabilities by the means of assistive technology such as screen readers, screen magnifiers, and switch controls. There are several criteria that govern ADA compliance. In simple terms, websites need to have a logical structure and understandable content. In more detailed terms, the ADA uses a standard set of guidelines to measure website compliance. They are known as WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) and they change and evolve with the dynamic state of online technology.

ADA website compliance is universally relevant. It is an integral part of sound, ethical business practice in the 21st Century. Also, over the past several years, ADA-related website litigation has increased dramatically (see chart below), causing business owners to take steps that ensure their websites and mobile apps are accessible to disabled users. These steps include a comprehensive ADA audit plus regular checks to ensure the site remains compliant with new standards and technologies.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE ADA WEBSITE COMPLIANCE REPORT?

Our proprietary technology checks all of your web pages for ADA, WCAG 2.O, and Section 508 web accessibility standards. Our report provides you with a summary of compliance errors, code snippets of their exact location, and what is necessary to remediate the issue. It is designed for your development team and can be used to quickly resolve potential issues. Here is how the report is structured:

PAGE-LEVEL COMPLIANCE DATA

A view of your website’s ADA compliance, organized by the number of accessibility issues per page and the weight of each issue’s impact.

ERROR-TYPE COMPLIANCE DATA

A view of your website’s ADA compliance, organized by the type of accessibility issue and the relative frequency of its occurrence.

REMEDIAL RECOMMENDATIONS

Pivot tables appear on both data views along with code snippets for the problematic URL and specific instructions for fixing errors.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR AN ADA COMPLIANCE AUDIT?

The process is quick and simple. All we need is a link to your home page and we can have our system test your entire site for ADA compliance. Depending on the number of pages, the test is usually complete within one or two business days. This time frame may be longer for very large websites. Once the test is complete you receive an email with a link to the compliance report. This report can be sent directly to your developer for remediation.

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Why FourFront?

We are a top-rated SEO company and Google Certified Partner with over ten years of experience helping a wide range of clients improve website performance. Our team includes researchers and analysts who leverage data science techniques as well as communicators and report engineers who excel at coordinating, visualizing, and presenting data. We understand the impact of ADA compliance in today’s digital world, and we help find the best balance between accessibility and user experience.

Request: ADA Website Compliance Audit Report

Introductory Offer – $750*

*For the first 1,000 pages