buckworks - 11:29 pm on Sep 12, 2010 (gmt 0)
You've been getting advice from seasoned professionals and brushing it off because it's not what you want to hear.
So I had about 150 people from all over the world visited my site in last couple of months
That's a start, but wouldn't your site be a lot more use to the world if it had that many visitors every day? Or even every hour?
I don't care about disabled users...I'm not a God. I can't make them healthier. If someone is not healthy enough to visit my site, then they shouldn't.
Deciding to ignore accessibility issues is a major business decision with bad effects that can range from lost traffic to legal hazards. If you're not willing to learn what it takes to ensure accessibility then make sure paying clients know that. Also make sure you're prepared to handle a lawsuit if you get sued because of your omissions. (I am not making this up.)
Did you know that if you throw accessibility out the window you're also throwing out one of the most powerful ways to improve your site's SEO?
for the pretty much the same thing
Don't be too quick to assume it's the same thing.