Your website is an important part of your business. Chances are, you’re investing both time and money to ensure that it attracts customers and satisfies their needs so that they decide to do business with you. Now that the global coronavirus pandemic has closed or limited many brick-and-mortar stores, business has been driven online. But the internet shouldn’t be a free-for-all, where businesses can deceive potential customers or trick them into buying products or services. In the U.S., there’s a complex web of regulatory rules and guidelines to ensure that business websites are in compliance; honest and truthful and completely accessible to people with disabilities.