I talked with Jennette Quigley, Clark College’s WordPress CTEC 160 assistant instructor and WordPress web designer about her involvement in the WordPress community.
Michelle: How long have you been using WordPress?
Jennette: Since 2010, but I took my first HTML class in 1999 and redesigned my first website in 2001 at a radio station where I used to work.
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ADA compliance is needed to help keep the website accessible to all. As discussed in Americans Disability Act rising against website accessibility, the law is leaning towards the disabled winning million dollar lawsuits for websites that are inaccessible to the disabled.
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The amount of lawsuits being brought against an Internet website for the lack of accommodations for the disabled is growing. It has now been termed Cyber Accessibility Claims in the courts, and the cost of litigation has been grossly under appreciated.
The Target Corporation paid out 6 million dollars for a lack of website accessibility in a class action lawsuit representing the visually impaired. There isn’t a clear law for internet website accessibility due to the fact that the technology continues to grow at a rate that the law cannot keep up with year after year. However, even without clear website law, there is still ADA compliance that needs to be met or your website could be at risk for a lawsuit. Continue reading American Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuits rising against website accessibility
Poetry is an amazing way for a writer to express himself/herself. There is an internal need for a poet to form both the words on the page and to add the complex formatting. Writers feel the format of the poem brings just as much meaning to the words as the words themselves. So it is imperative that both can be accomplished on a post.
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