Talk Clue is dedicated to making its website accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of technology or ability. We’re working hard to make our website more accessible and usable, and we’re following many of the relevant standards and guidelines in the process. This website strives to meet the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C). These recommendations describe ways to make web content more accessible to disabled persons. Following these standards will make the internet more user-friendly for everyone.
Individuals who require a reasonable accommodation to access Talk Clue services and information may reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details about the required accommodation. Requesters must mention contact information such as an email address or phone number. What’s New Dawg may require ample notice to provide a reasonable accommodation, depending on the nature of the request.
What’s New Dawg aspires to provide its users with a digital experience that is accessible and enjoyable. Please tell us at email@example.com if a user with a disability faces any accessibility issues with our website. Please describe the nature of the accessibility issue in your letter to us, including the site URL (or other product or service) that may have posed an accessibility challenge.
We’re always looking for ways to bring all of the site’s sections to the same level of general web accessibility. Meanwhile, if you have any problems viewing the What’s New Dawg website, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our address: https://www.talkclue.com/