The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 is a Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendation.
This website is regularly tested for use with assistive technologies including screen reading and magnification software.
Usability issues are being taken into consideration in order to either meet or exceed standard accessibility standards.
Plan to Address Accessibility Features
- Add alternative text to images and alternative text associated with them.
- Provide navigational aids on as many pages as possible. Incorporate skip navigation links to facilitate keyboard navigation and to bypass groups of links on a page and jump directly to main content.
- Use title attributes to make linked text more meaningful or to indicate if the link opens a new browser window.
- Use structural markup to indicate headings and lists to provide aid in page comprehension.
- Associate labels and instructions on filling out forms to the parent form in order to make forms available to screen reader users.
- Provide table navigation instructions and associate all data cells with their respective headers.
Need Accessibility Help?
Call 865-525-2830 or Email Us.