Following White v. Square, Inc. (2019) 7 Cal.5th 1019, this decision holds that the trial court did not err in instructing the jury and in submitting a special verdict form to them which required plaintiff to prove that she intended to use Omni Hotel’s services by booking a reservation or use the website to ascertain Omni’s prices and availability for that purpose in order to prevail on a claim that Omni violated the Unruh Act (Civ. Code 51) or Disabled Persons Act (Civ. Code 54-55.3) by maintaining a website that plaintiff, who was blind, could fully use by her screen reader program.  (Omni also offered expert testimony to show that the fault lay not in the website but in plaintiff’s outdated internet browser, screen reader program, and her lack of skill in using the screen reader.)