The latest trend in WordPress website accessibility is that websites are being sued in New York City for ADA violations. eCommerce sites are 4 times more likely to be sued than non-eCommerce. However, both are being sued with 100s of lawsuits filed per month. Below is information and an actual
Website accessibility is becoming and bigger and bigger topic on the internet, and for good reason.
Having your website accessible to everyone, regardless of their abilities, is just good business. But, website accessibility can also feel like attempting to slay a 12-headed hydra monster while wielding a penknife.
So, in this article, we are going to tackle one head of the hydra monster, and we’re going to give you a simple formula for doing it. Selecting your accessible fonts.
Disclaimer: I’m not a lawyer. This isn’t legal advice. If you need legal advice for your website accessibility risk, you should consult a lawyer who specializes in it. Part 1: Your lost revenue risk In business, there are all sorts of risks involved when a customer has a bad experience.
So let’s be honest, one of the main draws of WordPress besides the low price is the freedom to do what you want to with your website. But like most things in life, freedom comes with responsibility. This blog post came out of a WordPress meetup that I was recently
The Department of Justice recently released new web accessibility guidance for the Americans with Disabilities Act. The updated guidance was inspired by a large number of requests from the disability community for clarity on website accessibility laws. Unfortunately, this guidance was less clear than many had hoped for. Disclaimer: The
If you’ve gotten the notification from ManageWP that you have extra database tables in your WordPress install, here’s a quick and easy video on removing those extra database tables. Here’s what the notification would have looked like from ManageWP: Backups completed successfully. We have detected database tables we believe do
Maybe it’s happened to you, one day your email is working fine and the next it’s not. You didn’t do anything, so how did your website suddenly go from reliably sending email to not. I’m regularly asked this question. Trust me, I’d love to wave a magic wand and get
You’ve been told by countless SEO guides & Webmaster Tools that if you move a URL you need to use a 301 redirect. But they usually don’t tell you what exactly it is or how to do it. This article will cover the what and how for 301 redirects on
WordPress is the most popular Content Management System, or CMS, with over half the CMS market. That’s a pretty good endorsement for it, but it also means it’s a bigger target for hackers. Because of this, updating your WordPress website is just as important for site functionality & security as updating your Windows computer.