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As one develops content for Web-based distribution or digital presentation in the classroom, one must consider ADA compliance. Provide a brief overview of the key aspects one should support within the digital content they produce to be "ADA Compliant." Then, select one of your favorite education sites on the Web and evaluate the site's compliance with your recommended standards. Include a link to your favorite site within your post.

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The key aspects that must be ascertained in reference to being ADA compliant include digital content that is accessible to any disabled person with specific disabilities outlined including those suffering from Blind/Low Vision, being Deaf/Hard of Hearing, suffering from a lack of mobility, and those who are lacking in cognitive capabilities or experience specific learning disabilities. I will detail what digital content will be necessary to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act but YOU will ...

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The solution discusses web-based development content. It provides a brief overview of the key aspects one should support within the digital content they produce to be "ADA Compliant."

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