The E-Commerce Newsletter For Booksellers           October 18, 2018

New Webinar on ADA Compliance and Your Website 
We all strive to do the right thing for all users and meet federally mandated guidelines. Digital accessibility should be at the forefront of website development, but compliance with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) guidelines can be difficult. Not to worry: On October 25, 2018, at 5:30pm EST, join a webinar with ADA expert Art Frick, as he deciphers and puts into practice ADA compliance for websites. Since 2012, Art has been providing training since to ensure best practices and accessibility of online assets, and to develop digital policies, procedures, and technology solutions that advance equality. In this webinar, you will learn the guiding principles of digital accessibility by learning and decoding the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (the federal standard for digital accessibility), and how to put those guidelines into practice on your bookstore’s website. Sign up today! 


Excuse Me, But You Left Your Shopping Cart on My Website

Do some of your customers fill up a shopping cart and then “forget” to complete the purchase? A new service for IndieCommerce sites will send an email follow-up to these customers. Only those users who have items in their cart and have included an email address during the checkout will receive a single email reminder to complete the transaction. For more information on how to activate this service please contact staff@bookweb.org.

 
Increased Security for Credit Card Transactions
IndieCommerce has begun to roll out a new technology from Authorize.net called Accept.js. The upgrade to IndieCommerce sites should be completed by the end of November 2018. Accept.js ensures greater PCI-compliance and security for IndieCommerce and IndieLite sites. Sensitive cardholder data, such as the complete credit card number and the card verification value (CVV number), are passed directly to Authorize.net via Accept.js and not stored or “touched” by your website. Questions? email staff@bookweb.org


Three New Responsive Drupal Themes
If your IndieCommerce website is not responsive or mobile friendly, here are three newly updated Drupal themes for you to consider:  All three will make your mobile customers happy. For more information on these new Drupal themes, please contact staff@bookweb.org.

Thanks for reading. Feel free to email us with any thoughts, questions, or suggestions.
The IndieCommerce team

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Phillip Davies, IndieCommerce Director
American Booksellers Association | 333 Westchester Avenue | White Plains, NY 10604
Phil@bookweb.org |
914-406-7527 | www.BookWeb.org
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333 Westchester Ave
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White Plains, NY 10604
United States


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