At iFixScreens Tech Blog, we are committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to everyone, regardless of their abilities or disabilities. We believe in providing an inclusive online environment that is user-friendly and caters to the diverse needs of all our visitors.

1. Web Accessibility Standards:

We strive to adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, which are recognized and recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). These guidelines set the standard for web content accessibility and are designed to ensure that people with disabilities can access and use web content without barriers.

2. Assistive Technologies:

Our website is designed to be compatible with various assistive technologies, including screen readers, magnifiers, and voice recognition software. We regularly test our website with these tools to ensure that it remains accessible.

3. Keyboard Navigation:

For users who prefer or need to use the keyboard to navigate, our website supports keyboard-only navigation. All interactive elements, such as links and forms, can be accessed using the keyboard.

4. Alternative Text for Images:

All images on our website are accompanied by alternative text (alt text) that describes the content or function of the image. This ensures that users who rely on screen readers can understand the context and purpose of the images.

5. Resizable Text:

Users can resize the text on our website to suit their visual preferences without compromising the layout or functionality.

6. Feedback and Reporting Issues:

We value feedback from our users. If you encounter any accessibility issues or have suggestions for improvement, please contact us at We are dedicated to addressing any concerns promptly.

7. Training and Awareness:

Our team undergoes regular training to stay updated on web accessibility best practices. This ensures that our website remains compliant and accessible to all users.

8. Compliance with New York State Laws:

We are committed to complying with all applicable New York state laws and regulations related to web accessibility. This includes ensuring that our website meets the requirements set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other relevant legislation.

9. Continuous Improvement:

Web accessibility is an ongoing effort. We continuously monitor and update our website to ensure that it remains accessible and user-friendly for everyone.

Contact Information:
For any questions or concerns related to web accessibility, please contact: