Those with disabilities will have the same, unrestricted access to the Teach You To Sew website as any other user. Implementing the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (“WCAG”), accessibility standards developed in collaboration with individuals and organizations worldwide through the World Wide Web Consortium (“W3C”) process, we are dedicated to ensuring international compliance with web accessibility laws and policies such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), and improving the user experience for everyone on our website, www.teachyoutosew.com.
Our company is dedicated to ensuring that its website is accessible to people with disabilities, and we have conducted audits and usability tests to ensure that this is the case. You can rest assured that we are working tirelessly to make our site accessible and user-friendly for everyone by adhering to the most recent WCAG guidelines and implementing the necessary accessibility widgets and improvements.
The most up-to-date versions of the two most popular web browsers, as well as assistive technologies, are tested on and supported by this site. Internet Explorer 10, 11, and possibly even earlier versions, may not render all website elements correctly. We recommend upgrading your browser to a newer version of Internet Explorer, as this site is not designed to work with IE9.
Widgets and other “plugins” (created and maintained by third parties) are used on our site at your own risk. The effectiveness varies from user to user and disability to disability. Given that we don’t design or manage these plugins, we can’t make any changes to them to make them accessible to all users. You should know that you are using these external plugins and widgets at your own risk.
Although we have worked hard to ensure that our website is accessible in accordance with industry standards, we always appreciate hearing from our visitors if they have any suggestions for how we can do a better job. Email us at joleen[at]teachyoutosew[dot]com with any inquiries or comments.