This is a big topic and from what we can tell, its only going to grow. So we've created a dedicated blog for news, tips, and resources to help website owners avoid legal trolls and ensure we provide the greatest accessibility to those with disabilities.
As more and more businesses are hit with demand letters and suits over allegations of website accessibility and ADA violations, this topic continue to heat up and spread unfortunately. Given the volume of this type of practice and how simple it is to replicate, we're bracing for waves of ADA trolls to follow. Rather than continue repeating myself, I've put together this guide for how to avoid becoming a target.
Propeller seeks experienced and skilled Freelance LAMP Web Developers
Reflections on the National Ski Area Association's annual convention held in Nashville.
Take a tour of our backend development stack that includes multiple CMS/Development platforms, but features our own propCMS v5x for custom development.
Nothing catches the attention of visitors like video. We've created a special feature that takes over the homepage for first-time visitors to show them a short video that tells the story quickly and effectively. Its also super easy for admins to update themselves.
This is probably one of the more dramatic before and after stories we've enjoyed telling in a long time.
360 Video and Virtual Reality are the buzz this year, and its legit. This is an incredibly immersive way to allow your customers to sample your business, product or destination.
Updated 7/14/16 | Beware of aggressive trolling practices for website ADA compliance. One firm is currently publishing form demand letters in volume based on automated site test reports and sending to businesses of all types. Big and small, and so far 16 ski resorts so far. Boyne Resorts recently received Federal suits for 11 of their resorts. They have been very successful and they need to be taken seriously. Here's the low-down, which I will be updating as this evolves.
Ski, ride, tube, golf, zip, splash, massage, eat, apres, hike, bike, and horse ride over 6,000 acres across the Blueridge Mountains of Virginia. A big story that we can't wait to tell!