Website Accessibility Compliance
At Frog Marketing Ltd, we take website accessibility seriously. It means making sure that our website can be easily used by everyone. We follow a set of guidelines called Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, specifically at Level AA. Even our older content meets earlier versions of these guidelines, with some sections going above and beyond to meet Level AAA.
Measures to Make Our Website Accessible
To ensure we make this an accessible website, we have certain measures in place. We require that all our website content meets the WCAG 2.1 AA standards, and we strive to meet even higher standards when possible. We set clear goals for accessibility and make sure the right people have the responsibility for it. Our content authors are trained to create accessible content, and accessibility is an important part of our mission.
Our Website’s Conformance Status
We are proud to say that our website fully conforms to WCAG 2.1 Level AA for the content posted since May 2018. Some of our older content follows earlier versions of the guidelines, like WCAG 2.0. However, most of the older content is stored in an archive and won’t be updated.
Your Feedback Matters
We value your feedback on how accessible our website is. If you come across any difficulties or barriers while using our website, please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We aim to respond to your feedback within 3-5 business days, although sometimes it might take up to 3 weeks.
Compatibility with Browsers and Assistive Technology
We have designed our website to work well with assistive technologies and the latest versions of popular web browsers. However, some parts of our website might not display perfectly on older versions of Internet Explorer (10, 11, and older). Please note that our website is not optimized for Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions.
Our Assessment Approach
We have evaluated the accessibility of our website ourselves. We regularly check to make sure our website meets the necessary accessibility standards and take steps to address any issues we find.