WooCommerce Accessibility

Certified ADA and WCAG accessibility compliance achieved on your WooCommerce website; a customizable, open-source eCommerce platform built on WordPress.

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Accessibility on WooCommerce

Compliance

Reduce your risk of costly, time-consuming lawsuits with an ADA / WCAG compliant WooCommerce website.

Competition

Boost your SEO and stand out among your competitors with more accessible online content.

Consumers

Broaden your consumer base to the 61 million US adults living with a disability.

Certified ADA / WCAG Compliance on WooCommerce

WooCommerce website accessibility and certified ADA / WCAG compliance can easily be achieved with AudioEye; the industry’s only hybrid digital accessibility solution that integrates the power of AI/machine learning with a team of certified digital accessibility experts. With AudioEye, your accessible WooCommerce website can achieve and maintain ADA and WCAG compliance, and you are protected from day one with our Accessibility Warranty.

Step 1

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Step 1

First, sign into your AudioEye account or quickly create an account with a free trial. Simply give us your name, email, and URL, pick your AudioEye plan and be on the lookout for an email in your inbox to activate your account.

Step 2

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Step 2

Next, install AudioEye on your WooCommerce website. It’s as simple as copying the JavaScript found in your AudioEye Dashboard and pasting it into the footer of your WooCommerce website. Because WooCommerce is in itself a WordPress plugin, the WordPress installation will be the governing body for installing AudioEye’s JavaScript. Check out our step-by-step instructions:

  1. Once logged in to your AudioEye account, add your site and copy your Javascript Embed Code to your clipboard
  2. With your code copied, open your site’s WordPress Admin panel
  3. In the left nav bar, select Appearance > Editor
  4. In the Theme files list on the right of the admin panel, locate a file called "footer.php" under the heading "Theme Footer"
  5. Open "footer.php" and scroll to the bottom, locate the body closing tag "</body>"
  6. Paste your AudioEye JavaScript Embed Code from your clipboard directly above the "</body>" tag
  7. Select "Update File"
  8. AudioEye will now be active on your site and will automatically help your site be more accessible

Step 3

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