Target Corp.’s alleged refusal to create user-friendly options on its retail Web site for disabled customers has sparked a legal battle that could have ramifications for all Web-based businesses.

In some jurisdictions, the term “handicapped accessible” no longer applies only to companies’ brick-and-mortar buildings. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, disabled customers are entitled to access to the marketplace and, increasingly, that pertains to cyberspace.

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