Expanding the web's potential to people with disabilites.
Summary of 508 compliancy, standards, and law.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential.
Validation is a process of checking your documents against a formal Standard.
Cascading Style Sheets are used for design, layout and styling.
Web pages have been developed using consistent linear page structure for users with assistive technologies and to improve search usability.
Alternative attributes for images and table summaries are used to provide additional descriptive text for screen readers and non-visual browsers. Please note, decorative images used purely for design/layout purposes do not contain alternate attributes.
Link titles have been used as needed to provide additional descriptive text for non-visual browsers.
All pages validate with W3C and doc type has been defined as XHTML-strict to ensure pages render consistently among various browsers and operating systems.
Links to the appropriate viewer(s) such as the Adobe Acrobat Reader are provided as needed to display web content.
"Skip-Navigation" links and Access keys are used to give screen readers and keyboard users quick access to main navigation (m), search (s), main content (c) and current web accessibility page (a).
| Copyright © 2007-2012 MDwise, Inc. All Rights Reserved