ADA Website Compliance

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We organize ADA Website Compliance into three key pillars:

  1. The Law
  2. Accessibility
  3. Compliance

The Law

The ADA has generally been interpreted to apply to websites.

Read about the details on how the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to websites.


We next help organizations understand accessibility. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are technical standards for web accessibility.

These standards help us understand what we need to do to make our websites and content accessible to people with disabilities.

Read more on how the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines make websites accessible.


Last, we help website owners understand what is necessary for compliance with the law, both in terms of best practices and practical steps to prevent lawsuits and demand letters.

It is important to not only make your website ADA compliant but to maintain that compliance.

Learn more about the best practices for making your website ADA compliant.


If you have any questions, our ADA Website Compliance is here for you. Feel free to contact us if you need help.

All of our information is reviewed by Kris Rivenburgh.

Kris is an attorney and the author of The ADA Book. Kris has over five years experience in this still new industry and has provided consultation to hundreds of clients, from small businesses to corporations to non-profits.