Equalweb Makes the Internet more Accessible

by Tech Mainstream Staff

April 30, 2019

Equalweb Makes the Internet more Accessible

Equalweb a digital accessibility leading solution for making your website accessible in 1 click, provides product and services for web accessibility for individuals with disabilities:

"Equalweb provides equal access and equal opportunities to people with disabilities."

Equalweb offers an assortment of web accessibility tools including an accessibility menu, screen reader adjustment, text reader, keyboard navigation, blinks blocking, accessibility toolbar with additional functions, image descriptions and monochrome, dark high contrast, bright high contrast.

Equalweb also offers the following web accessibility services: Web accessibility, document accessibility, accessibility monitor, WCAG 2.0 reports and accessibility consulting.

Thousands of companies trust Equal Web to "make their websites and all their digital content accessible to people with disabilities." Some of the included companies are Groupon, Subaru, Coca-Cola, Kinder, Dominos, Medtronic, Jaguar, Timberland and Neutrogena to name a few.

There are many reasons for using Equalweb for your websites accessibility needs. Five reasons for Integrating Equalweb in Your Website are listed as follows:

  • More than 10,000,000 (!) pages were already made accessible with Equalweb
  • Achieves web accessibility without developing a single code or entering the source-code
  • Provides a monitoring tool to maintain your website`s accessible level
  • Provides the fastest and most efficient Web Accessibility solution in the market
  • Complies with WCAG 2.1 AA and US Section 508, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and European Union Standard EN 301549


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