Peter A. Liefer II | Posted: October 9th, 2018 | Updated: April 1st, 2020

ADA Compliance and Your Website

Is Your Website Accessible to People with Disabilities?


To improve your customer experience and avoid costly litigation, every online business will want to meet ADA compliance guidelines. It is just good business practice.

How can you know if your site is ADA compliant unless a person with disabilities try’s using your website? There are many free web accessibility evaluation tools and software programs that help you determine if web content meets accessibility guidelines.

However, ADA Compliance Testing is a time-consuming process and requires some technical savvy. If you don’t have the time and resources, PrimeView can help you see if you meet reasonable levels of ADA accessibility compliance for your website. If your site needs improvement, we can offer ADA compliant solutions.

To determine if your website is accessible to people with disabilities, we will test the first 5 pages of your website for free. If they fail most likely your other pages will also.

Our process uses a variety of tools to dig deep and see where your site truly stands. Based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 AA), we will test accessibility for a wide range of disabilities, including:

  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • Physical
  • Speech
  • Cognitive
  • Language
  • Learning
  • Neurological Disabilities

If you choose to test the whole site and find you have violations, we will offer an affordable package to test the remaining pages. Included will be a proposal to correct violations as necessary on your website.


To get your free ADA compliance test just click this button.


We will send a report and provide general feedback and recommendations shortly!


For more information on ADA compliance follow these links:

ADA Compliance and Your Website

Americans with Disabilities Act – WCAG Checklist

ADA Compliant Websites and The Law

Make Your Website ADA Compliant Checklist