Website accessibility is an ongoing effort and we are actively taking steps to further enhance and improve the accessibility of LA Weekly.
OUR COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
At LA Weekly, accessibility, diversity, and inclusion are important values that affect everything we do. Whether you use a screen reader, voice recognition software or another kind of assistive technology, we want to be accessible to you and easy to navigate.
ACCOMPLISHING ACCESSIBILITY GOALS
We set our web accessibility standards high and are working to achieve them. Our team is dedicated to ensuring our site meets all laws and guidelines and creates a usable experience for all customers.
HOW OUR SITE HAS CHANGED AND IS CHANGING:
Here are some of the things we’ve done and are continuing to do to make our site easy to use for everyone:
IMPROVING SITE STRUCTURE
We’re working to edit the pages of to include appropriate headings, lists, paragraphs and another formatting for better usability with assistive technology.
ADDING TEXT EQUIVALENTS
We’re adding alternative text, captions, and transcripts to images and videos so users who can’t see or hear have a text equivalent to interact with.
BUILDING FOR FULL KEYBOARD ACCESS
We are developing new pages with keyboard accessibility in mind so that users can easily tab through a page to find the content they need.
CREATING SITE CONSISTENCY
We are creating templates for our site to ensure consistency. Once you’re familiar with how our pages and menus work, you can expect similar functionality across the site, each time you visit.
By using this website you agree that will not be liable for any and all accessibility claims filed regarding and accessibility difficulties. By using this website you acknowledge that we take accessibility matters seriously and work to provide all information, items, transactions, or otherwise, you seek through a communication method that is accessible for you, consistent with applicable law.