The provider of this Web site is committed to ensuring that its site is accessible to all users. This Web site conforms to existing recommendations and standards and has been tested with various assistive technologies.
If you encounter a problem accessing a Web site, or if you would like to provide feedback on a Web site, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Web site meets the standards set in PART 1194 -- ELECTRONIC AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS Subpart B -- Technical Standards Section 1194.22 Web-based Intranet and Internet Information and Applications.
The provider of this Web site follows the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Checklists.
The site uses the valid code set at the time: HTML 4.0 Transitional or XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
All images on this Web site are accompanied by a brief alt="text" tag which identifies and / or describes the image or its function. If you are using a graphic browser, alt="text" tags are visible only if the browser supports the alt="text" tag and the browser's automatic image-loading feature is turned off, except for Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5 and 6 on a PC.
In addition, some images include the "longdesc" attribute and a "D" link. Selecting the "D" link will bring you to a textual description of the image. The description is typically two or three sentences long and may contain hyperlinks. At the end of the description is a "Return" link. Selecting this link will take you back to the original image.
All text hyperlinks are written so that they make sense when read out of context.
Access keys are provided as a shortcut for users visiting major sites of this Website. Access key strokes consist of ALT plus the access key on Windows machines and Control plus the access key on Macs. Windows users need to hit 'enter' to follow access key links, but the Mac access keys follow links automatically. Access keys are defined as follows:
d for Instructions for Users with Disabilities
Web site initial and then letter h: Home page
For other keys, view the source code in the Table of Contents.
Some layout tables are used on this site. However, all content makes sense when the page is linearized.
There are no audio or video clips on this web site.
Bobby is a web-based public service offered by CAST that analyzes web pages for their accessibility to people with disabilities as well as their compatibility with various browsers. The analysis of accessibility is based on the working draft of the W3C's WAI Page Author guidelines with the Page Authoring Working Group's latest revisions. All pages on your web site must meet these requirements in HTML 4.0 to display the Bobby Approved icon.
Description of Boby Approved Logo: A friendly uniformed police officer wearing a helmet displaying the wheelchair access symbol and extending his open right hand. Words Bobby Approved appear to his right.
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Last Updated: Saturday, 08-Aug-2009 22:27:26 CDT