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ADA Tray®

Accessibility Widget Installation Guidelines For Webflow

Webflow is the first design tool powerful enough to build full-featured websites without writing code. It's why more designers love it than any other tool online. Webflow automates the entire production of customized websites for clients with a revolutionary visual website design that designers control every step of the way. In addition, designs are natively mobile responsive and can be edited live by clients, who have unlimited access to real-time changes to their website.

Webflow currently does not have any built-in components for web accessibility. Although the company has adjusted some features to be more “accessible-friendly,” it is still heavily design-focused. This means that any accessibility features that aren’t related to design and most accessible design features are not available to Webflow users.

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The ADA Tray® is a patent-pending widget that increases conformity to WCAG 2.1 and Section 508 requirements while helping businesses achieve ADA Title III compliance. With the increasing demand for Web-based electronic commerce, information technology has become an integral part of today’s marketplace. That technology must meet federal accessibility guidelines so the disabled community can use it. Still, unfortunately, many businesses are failing to meet these requirements due to high costs of adherence or lack of education. ADA Tray® enables individuals with disabilities to better engage with your website while allowing businesses to maintain current information technology platforms with the latest accessibility features without expensive recording costs.

ADA Tray® is a web accessibility solution that creates and adds many required elements stipulated by the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Website Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA to your website. It does all of this simply by adding a line or two of code to your website. You don't need to know any HTML, CSS, or JavaScript. Instead, ADA Tray® will demonstrate as a widget offering a layer of tools that manipulate web pages to allow for better permeability, operability, understandability, and a robust framework to give you unprecedented control in accomplishing all out-of-the-box accessibility requirements for WCAG conformity and ADA Title III compliance.

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We understand that online accessibility and the requirements stipulated by federal law can be cumbersome and confusing. If you are trying to figure out if you have to make your website accessible and adhere to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), then the answer is pretty straightforward: You need to ensure that your website follows the ADA Titles and also ordinary law judgments that have determined web accessibility as a fundamental human right in the United States.
Webflow currently lacks any built-in components for web accessibility, and while some features have been tweaked to make them more "accessible-friendly," it remains heavily design-focused.
The ADA Tray® is a patent-pending widget that helps businesses achieve ADA Title III compliance by increasing conformity to WCAG 2.1 and Section 508 requirements using a presentation layer control widget that allows disabled individuals to engage with your website and customize it for their use in respect to their audio, visual, or mobility impairments..
ADA Tray® is a web accessibility solution that automatically creates and adds many of the required elements to customize your website by individuals who may face audio, visual, or mobility impairment without extensive recoding of your website. All of this is accomplished by simply adding a few lines of code to your website and presenting the ADA Tray® widget and its multitude of features that help make your website more configurable and help solve some of the WCAG coding errors that your website may present in its underlying code.

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