Hi community! I’m diving into the world of accessibility compliance and trying to decide what my strategy should be for my sites and clients. The Accessibility Checklist the Webflow team put together looks amazing and super thorough. Accessibility checklist | Webflow
But there is a disclaimer at the top that says this checklist doesn’t guarantee total accessibility.
I want to be able to honestly tell my clients that their site is ADA compliant, and that they don’t need to worry about getting sued. I’m wondering… if I’ve gone through the checklist, is this pretty much covering anything they could be held liable for, and I can tell them they’re good to go?
Are there any recommendations for how to communicate to clients about that mysterious possibility that I haven’t covered everything?