LI Tech Advisors Provides Guide To ADA Compliance For Businesses And Websites

LI Tech Advisors offers a wide range of technological services, from IT support and help desk support to network configuration, disaster recovery, wireless networking, and cybersecurity. For decades the firm has been helping websites and businesses.

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LI Tech Advisors and Anthony Buonaspina are pleased to announce that they have included on their website and blog a guide for businesses who need information about ADA compliance. Websites need to be ADA compliant. LI Tech Advisors can help businesses with everything they need to know about the topic. The company has worked with and for a variety of clients including law and accounting firms, funeral companies, real-estate agencies, and private schools in both Nassau and Suffolk counties. LI Tech Advisors develops and maintains close personal relationships with its client base.

LI Tech Advisors is a Long Island, New York-based IT service provider that has been in operation since 1995. They have been offering IT services and training for Long Island schools and businesses for more than three decades. The latest information on the topic of ADA Accessibility & the Law explains why websites and apps must be compliant. LI Tech Advisors provides ADA accessibility and compliance. Clients are invited to speak with website ADA compliance professionals about meeting compliance standards.

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People with disabilities form a vastly underserved market which could impact the business revenues if addressed through accessibility actions. Some of the challenges in website access come with those who are blind, visually impaired, or print disabled. Websites which only focus on visual displays lock out those with disabilities of several types. Solutions involve providing textual descriptions for images, tables, and embedded content, as well as clear labels for form elements so that assistive technology can operate properly and allow for a robust user experience.

Some of the requirements that a website must adhere to are provided in the web articles. Content must be coded for audio translation by screen-reader software. There must be on-screen captions in videos for screen-reader software to read to the blind and provide descriptions for the deaf. Sites must include accessible drop-down menus for those who use a keyboard as an alternative to a mouse.

Further information can be seen at LI Tech Advisors

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Name: Anthony Buonaspina
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