Category Archives: ADA and Bar Rule Compliance

How to Check Your Website for ADA Compliance

Having an ADA compliant is required by law, and is an important consideration for all website owners.  After your website has become ADA accessible, you may think you have hit the finish line. It’s not just about having an accessible…


Andrew DelossantosHow to Add and Edit Alt Text in WordPress

Since the passing of ADA laws, more and more websites are adopting accessibility standards for people who are browsing the web with assistive technologies such as screen readers. These assistive devices play a major role in the accessibility of a…


Mike portraitHow to Choose Accessible Colors for Your Website

Color is a big deal; it communicates personality, tone, and overall business branding. But it’s more than that: Color selection can also greatly impact website accessibility for disabled site visitors. It’s all about readability. Poorly-selected colors can make text all…


ADA Compliance Best Practices Guide

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is an important piece of legislation to consider when building and updating your website. The act is designed to ensure equal opportunity to the estimated 61 million Americans who live with a disability. The…


Andrew DelossantosCommon ADA Compliance Errors Explained

The law now requires your website to be ADA compliant. All sites are susceptible to some common ADA errors. When WebAIM scanned 1 Million pages in early 2020, over 60 million distinct accessibility errors were detected. That’s an average of…


Pete Boyd portraitADA Accessibility for Websites is Now Required

It is now official.  ADA accessibility applies to websites.  Your website must be compliant. The Supreme Court has refused to hear the case of Robles vs. Domino’s Pizza.  This means that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling, which held that Domino’s website must be compliant, stands.  The retailer needs to have a compliant website.


Florida Bar Rules About Website Stock Imagery

Custom photography can be expensive and the high-end look it creates isn’t always the goal of every law firm. So, many legal professionals with budget in mind default to using stock imagery on their website. These images will often appear…


Pete Boyd portraitFlorida Bar Website Advertising Rules: A Detailed Analysis of the Rules & Our Notes

We previously wrote on a brief analysis of the Florida Bar Rule changes for Advertising.  You can view that topic here.  This is now a detailed analysis of the rules. The Subchapter 4-7 rules can be found here.   Here are…


Pete Boyd portraitDo the Florida Bar Rules Allow for Logos?

In the related discussion of logos and why law firms do not have them, up came the issue of whether Florida law firms could have logos. Good question. Read More.