GENERAL – Accessibility Statement



Internal Compliance Policy Language

I wanted to let everyone know that we have engaged a vendor to help us make our website more accessible to those with disabilities. This is and has been very important to the leadership team at StackCommerce, but with the ever-changing internet landscape, we see it is a top-tier aspect of our business as we grow. Specifically, we will be documenting our policy in our internal corporate minutes as well as placing an accessibility page on our website. Part of our vendor’s work includes utilizing a website “plugin,” suggesting code edits, and having those with disabilities manually audit the site from time to time. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about this. We’re excited to formally put this initiative into place. If at any point you learn of any website visitor who is unable to access any of our sites because of a disability (i.e., sight or hearing impaired), please let me know immediately.



On-Site Accessibility Statement

Last Updated: February 2020

{Website URL} is committed to providing access to our information and technology, including our website, including but not limited to people with disabilities as described by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). Though the ADA applies primarily to government agencies, we aspire to follow the same regulations required by websites under the ADA’s umbrella.


To ensure we meet our objectives and that individuals with disabilities are able to access our services and information online, this website has been generally designed following some of the criteria laid out by the World Wide Web Consortium (“W3”) in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1.


If you have a disability and the format of any material on our website interferes with your ability to access our information or services, please contact our webmaster at {Email}. The Webmaster will respond to your request and report the issue to our development team for correction. When sending your request, please include the nature of the accessibility problem and the format with which you would most easily be able to access the information. If you do not receive a response to your inquiry within three (3) business days, please send a follow-up email. Alternatively, you or your designee may call us at {Phone Number}.