There are various types of disabilities impacting use of a web site. Our goal is to provide a good web experience for all visitors, keeping such limitations in mind. If you have difficulty accessing any material on this site, please contact us in writing and we will work with you to make the information available. You can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Making content accessible to all users is an ongoing process. Below, you will find details on some of our efforts to date:
Use Alternative Text “ALT” and/or “TITLE” attributes. ALT/TITLE attributes provide a written description of the image, which is accessible to screen readers, and it is visible when the mouse is placed over the image. This is also useful for people who have images turned off on their browser, in which case a description will display where the image used to be.
The PC template adheres to WCAG 2.0 AA standards making content perceivable, operable, understandable and robust:
Provide text alternatives for non-text content.
Provide captions and other alternatives for multimedia.
Create content presentable in different ways without losing meaning.
Make it easier for users to see and hear content.
Make all functionality available from a keyboard.
Give users enough time to read and use content.
Do not use content that causes seizures.
Help users navigate and find content.
Make text readable and understandable.
Make content appear and operate in a predictable way.
Help users avoid and correct mistakes.
Maximize compatibility with current and future accessibility and other tools
These additions increase the level of accessibility and empowerment to our audience in creating a fully accessible website for use by all.
Difficulty Accessing Material
If you have difficulty accessing any material on this site, please contact us in writing and we will work with you to make the information available. You can direct your request to our Webmaster at email@example.com