Americans with Disabilities Website Compliance Services


What is ADA and WCAG 2.1 and How Does It Affect Businesses?

Americans with Disabilities Act & Web Content Accessibility Guidelines


The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), is a 1990 Civil Rights Law that prohibits discrimination against persons with disabilities in many areas of public life. Title III of the Act pertains to accessibility for all to service offered by private entities.
Title III of the ADA has been interpreted as pertaining to website accessibility for visitors with vision, hearing, and speech disabilities.

WCAG 2.1

ADA Title III has no detailed compliance goals for website owners to follow. So, the court system has looked to WCAG 2.1, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 as the guide for ADA compliance.
If you are sued, you will be sued based on the guidelines stated in WCAG 2.1

Section 508

Section 508 is a separate compliance law which covers government and government contractors’ websites exclusively and has its own guidelines.


California ADA Compliance Website Services.

ADA Compliance Goals For Websites

How ADA and the WCAG 2.1 Affects You and Your Website

Industries Sued Over ADA Non-Compliance

Is Your Website ADA Compliant?

Foremost, if your website is not compliant, you could be sued by a visitor or by that visitors’ lawyers. Lawsuits for ADA non-compliance have more than doubled year over year. 2722 ADA Title III lawsuits were filed in 2013, and it is projected that 11,184 will be filed in 2019!

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for Websites In California

GOMarketing – WCAG & ADA Section 508 Experts

GoMarketing ADA Website Compliance Services, What We Do:

  • 1. Analyze Your Website: GoMarketing will study and analyze your website to see where your ADA issues are on your website.
  • 2. Make You Compliant: We will modify your website to make it ADA compliant by meeting WCAG 2.1 guidelines and Section 508 guidelines both. Some of this modification is done by our developers by hand and some of it is controlled by our ADACS program automatically.
  • 3. Keep You Compliant: Our ADA Compliance Software (ADACS) monitors changes to your website and to compliance laws. If the laws change, our software and our developers will return your site to compliance very quickly.

GoMarketing ADA Compliance Services for Websites In California

“We are very excited to offer this ADA Compliance Service and the ADACS Program to our Clients and new Clients. This software is a gamechanger in the ADA compliance arena that will allow everyone to rest easier knowing they are ADA Compliant,” said Richard Uzelac, CEO of GoMarketing.

GoMarketing ADACS Program Overview

Our ADACS Program is a Visitor adjustable frontend and backend layer system. 90% of all ADA issues are covered by ADACS and can be implemented by users with disabilities. The users have the control to alter your websites interface for their own unique experience. This allows Users with disabilities to modify what they see and hear on your site to meet their needs. Giving your visitors the ability to tailor your site to their needs will put the power in their hands to have a great experience. You can see this interface by clicking on the Blue Circle Icon with the wheel chair graphic in the lower left corner of

California ADA Website Compliance solution

GoMarketing ADACS Interface Above

Feel free to try the system out on our own website. Only you will see the changes and adjustments you are making.

Would you like a free demo of our system, call 805-413-7893 to set up a time to do so! We know you will be impressed with the system and be assured you are now ADA Compliant!

W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines WCAG 2.1

  • 1 Provide alternative text for non-text content
  • 2 Label all of your form elements
  • 3 Add closed captions to the video. Add audio descriptions for animations
  • 4 Ensure color contrast meets the minimum threshold.
  • 5 Make your link text descriptive.
  • 6 Do not use color as the only indication of meaning.

ADA Website Compliance Checklist 2020

  • 7 Make sure your font size is at least 18 px.
  • 8 If there is an input error by the user, it must be identifiedand explained in the text.
  • 9 You should be able to navigate the whole site using only your keyboard.
  • 10 Use flexible time limits for your website, if any, or add an optionfor more time.
  • 11 Provide skip navigation links so that users can skiprepetitive content, such as menus, etc.

Types of Disabilities we Cover

  • Full or partial blindness (using screen reading software such as NVDA or JAWS).
  • Motor disabilities (such as joint injuries, limb amputations and more).
  • Parkinson's disease (shaking hands - inability to use the mouse).
  • Epilepsy (seizures when flashing animations are running).
  • Cognitive disabilities (such as memory disorders, dyslexia, people who've been through a stroke, and more).
  • Seniors (With a wide variety of possible disabilities).
  • Various visual impairments (such as color blindness, cataracts, glaucoma, and more).

ADA Disclaimer of Liability:

GoMarketing Inc. will make our best efforts to make your website Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliant (ADA WCAG2.1), but there are no guarantees that your website is 100% accessible in all instances, at all times, and in all ways. In addition, GoMarketing Inc. and its subsidiaries, and third-party providers do not in any way guarantee you will not be sued for ADA non-compliance, or that you will prevail in a lawsuit.

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