Ada compliant websitesAuthor: John W.
I think the troll is going to become too pushy. Already their second phone call. But in reading up on this, there are just several NORMAL things we can do, like ALT tags. This is a paragraph from the article in the link from that other forum post:
One thing to check is that your website includes alternative text (aka alt text) for each image. Alt text is a word or phrase that describes an image for those with a visual impairment. Having accurate alt text is important not only because it enables screen reading software, such as NVDA or JAWS, to describe images to visually impaired users, but also because it enables search engines to display images based on written descriptions and to display search results more accurately. This type of testing can be tedious to do manually, so consider using an automated system to find potential violations and issues faster. The W3C has https://www.w3.org/WAI/ER/tools/" aria-label="a list of web accessibility evaluation tools" rel="noopener">a list of web accessibility evaluation tools.
Seeing that all shopping cart card images do not have an alt tag in this software, can the software be programed to automatically take the filename(s) of the JPEG image(s) on the shopping cart card and just make them a default ALT tag? That would be a big hurdle, and a big SEO milestone for us too.
Could something that important be written into a soon to be update of the program?