Web Accessibility Automated WCAG 2.1 & ADA Compliance

According to ADA title III, every business website has to be accessible to people with disabilities, or it will be at risk of being sued and facing unnecessary legal expenses. We recommend use of our AI and machine learning web accessibility solution to solve this problem. According to our research, this is the most affordable and simple solution in the market today.

Our service provides:

  • ADA, WCAG 2.1 Level AA& Section 508 compliance.
  • An accessibility statement and certification of performance.
  • Ongoing maintenance involving re-scan of your website every 24 hours.

One year plan starting at $490

From: $490 / year and a $65 sign-up fee

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Disclaimer & Limits

accessiBe handles all aspects of the accessibility legislation (AA level), and all subjects and guidelines called WCAG 2.0, on behalf of the World Wide Web Consortium, W3. However, accessiBe system has some technological limitations, all of which we are currently working on. Some will be resolved soon and some will be resolved later on when the technology will mature.

Here is a list of technological limitations in the accessiBe system:

  • accessiBe does not create subtitles for videos and does not make Word documents or PDF files on the site accessible. It only applies accessibility to the site itself.
  • accessiBe does not edit or modify the accessibility adjustments already performed on the site since it takes into account that if some accessibility actions were performed, there is a reason for that. For example: if you have created image descriptions (ALT), accessiBe will not override them. Therefore, if you have applied accessibility adjustments, and made mistakes, in some cases, the system will not correct your mistakes. Additionally, it is important to make sure it if you apply accessibility adjustments yourself or using an additional tool, it doesn’t collide with ours and doesn’t override ours.
  • accessiBe is a Machine Learning based technology. This means that in order to be accurate, it has to encounter a component many times on several different websites. The more it encounters a component, the better it can make it accessible. For example, accessiBe will almost certainly fix your menus, dropdowns, popups, forms, buttons, lists, galleries, and more, as those components exist in almost any website. But, If your website contains very specific components like a specific quiz, test, ticketing feature, parallax effects or games, that probably don’t exist in many any other website that are using accessiBe, it might not be able to make it accessible and you’ll need to make it accessible manually.