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We would like to apologize, however, we are not compliant with WCAG, Section 508 or the Equality Act 2010.
That's a rather weak answer. What do you intend to do to address this significant weakness - and when?
Meeting WCAG 2.0 is not rocket science if the tools used to create firms are designed correctly. Or are you saying that JotForm is comfortable that your users will be discriminating against a significant number of people who will be unable to use the forms they create?
Not being compliant with the WCAG 2.0 does not mean that we do not completely have the most basic web accessibility features. Please understand that we may not deal with the biggest and most common barriers for disabled users, but we are not closing doors to such possibilities in the future as Jotform is constantly updating and continuously evolving.
We also advise our users that if they want to make their forms to meet certain standards, they can download their form's "Full Souce Code". This way, if there are something that our form is lacking, they can try to fill it on their end.