New App Makes a Website Instantly in Compliance with ADA and 508 Guidelines.

The new widget will make your website meet the 508 compliance of ADA guidelines by offering a simple way for people with disability to adjust your websites readability according to their needs.

Saint Rose, United States - May 28, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Did you know lawsuits for websites not being in compliance with ADA guidelines requirements and 508 compliance may reach 30 000 for 2020?

Gary Holm, owner of Diggitally.com, a Website Promotion and Digital Marketing Agency says “that the average settlement for such ADA Compliance lawsuits are around $35 000 and that this cost is certainly for those very regular and non-famous ones. Meaning those lawsuits you do not read about in national media, that strikes the small business type of websites and can even result in the question about “to be – or not to be””.

Obviously you may have heard about the more famous lawsuits where millions upon millions of dollars are in play, but the unfortunate fact is that your type of business is a target as well.

Gary Holm continues: “Did you know that there is no such thing as a pre-warning for breach of ADA requirements? You are, one day – any given day actually – at risk of finding yourself sued. If your website at that point are not at all prepared, you are basically doomed to lose”.

Did you know that the ADA requirements do not rely on a strict and specific set of rules? It is actually open for interpretation and there exists absolutely no way to be 100% sure you comply.

Stating the above, with the knowledge about what the lawsuits have been targeting, it certainly exist solutions that can fix quite a lot of the issues effortlessly for the website owner, without having to interfere with the website configuration to any large extent.

It is on this background that Diggitally.com now is launching its own ADA Compliance Widget and Bundle as any small business should protect them self against such lawsuits, thus it is also a perfect fit for the other products that the company have to offer their clients, even though they mainly are of a promotional character.

You may read more about the ADA Compliance Widget Bundle here https://diggitally.com/ada-compliance/

The widget will make your website meet the 508 compliance of ADA guidelines by offering a simple way for people with disability to adjust your website according to their needs for the following functions/functionality: Text to Speech, Display Mode – multiple choices of contrasts and colors, Magnification of area, Cursor select – choose bigger cursor of various contrast colors, Highlighting of links, Text Spacing, Readable font and Highlighting of Headlines

In the launch period, The ADA Compliance Widget Bundle sold by Diggitally.com is offered by a very special reduced price of only $139 – that’s a healthy reduction down from the future set price of $499.

The bundle is consisting of a preliminary report which will identify known issues with your website, and thus provide very useful information for what should/could be done of onsite configurations, the widget to be installed and several follow up reports.

All in all the ADA Compliance Widget Bundle should serve a website well and give a high level of accessibility for people with disabilities while at the same time leave the website owner well protected against very expensive and unnecessary lawsuits.

The preliminary report is also offered for free over at the website, where a website owner can use the contact form requesting it.

Contact Info:
Name: Gary Holm
Email: Send Email
Organization: Diggitally.com
Address: 125 West James Drive, Saint Rose, Louisiana 70087, United States
Phone: +1-504-354-0027
Website: http://diggitally.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88958990

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