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ADA Compliance

Website Accessibility & The Law - Does your website has ADA compliance?

Make your Shopify Store with ADA compliance so, even disabled people can easily be the guest of your Shopify store!

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The term ADA Compliance Shopify Store has become an integral part of audits these days, and a shopify website with poor ada performance not only deprives you of the specially-abled customer base but also makes your web store vulnerable to many legal actions based on the kind of business your Shopify store does.

The americans with disabilities act (ADA) was originally designed for the disabled (we at cart coders usually call them - ‘specially-abled’) population to protect them against discrimination of accessibility in public places, at their employer locations and other it and telecommunication accommodations.

It industry has got a huge boost in the past decade, and the E-Commerce industry is no stranger to this exponential rise - and daily sees billions of page visits across the globe. What makes it special is its ability to bring many of the ‘specially-abled’ people online. That’s the reason government agencies have also started showing a keen interest in the implementation of ADA, and in making sure that the websites are following the best practices for ADA compliance.


At Cart Coders, We Are Mainly Focussing on below Accessibility Aspects

  • Auditing Your Shopify Store ADA Compliance Quotient Against Google’s ADA Lighthouse Extension.
  • Reviewing the Shopify Page Contents Against Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
  • Analyzing the Shopify Store’s Overall Code Structure and the CSS Usage to Identify Any Code and Configuration Level Glitches, like a Missing ‘manifest’ File under the Application Server’s Directory Structure.
  • Fixing and Applying Best Practices for Managing Image Resolutions Across Devices with a Special Focus upon the ‘viewport’ Meta Tag and the Implementation of Compatible Viewport Dimensions Across Screens.
  • Promoting the Usage of ‘alt’ Tags for Images Wherever Applicable.

In Addition to the above Checks, at Cart-coders, We Verify That:

Your Shopify websites are compatible with the various adaptive/assistive technologies - like screen readers, screen magnifiers, text readers, speech input softwares, etc. Which are generally used by the specially-abled. Because of this, your website will score higher in terms of the ADA lighthouse accessibility audit.

Your Shopify websites are developed and compiled in such a manner that if your pages are being translated by any medium for the specially-abled, it will not lose its essence. For example, the CSS usage and the theme color combination should be defined in a way that when a color-blind or visually impaired audience is accessing your store, his decision power should not be hampered. The text font, the headings, color contrast, background images - all these plays a major role while deciding upon the ADA performance of your Shopify store.

And finally, having worked out on all the ADA accessibility factors, we focus on the other most important aspect which is your google page insights score. We ensure that your site follows the best practices of development, which includes the usage of descriptive tags and increased usage of semantic markups under scripts, wherever required.