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re: I don't know if the ADA specifically calls out websites and guidelines for them. However, the specific cases it covers that matter here are mobili...

The ADA doesn't call out any specific requirements regarding websites. In fact, it doesn't mention websites at all. The road to getting websites considered as covered by the ADA has been rough and complicated, and courts disagree a lot. I wrote a post about it, if you're interested.

While there haven't been any legally enshrined standards or requirements, courts have recommended following WCAG 2.0 AA standards as a part of reparations, so that's the closest thing we've got at the moment.

Your post looks fantastic, Ben. I'll have a read.

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