Defendant sold goods through its Internet website.  It had no physical presence in California but 8 to 10 per cent of its sales were to California residents. That was sufficient availment of the benefits and protections of California law to satisfy due process, even though the defendant did not target California residents any more than residents of other states. Making a substantial number of sales of goods or services to California residents via one’s own website constitutes purposeful availment.  And this suit related directly to the website, averring that it is not fully accessible by the blind and the visually impaired, in violation of the Unruh Civil Rights Act.