We are committed to enhancing the accessibility and usability of this site for everyone and following web standards.
- We strive to use semantically meaningful markup and good document structure to organize pages with hierarchies and headers. Some screen readers and other user agents can use this structural information and present the user with an overview of a web page based on the headings and sub-headings.
- This site uses cascading style sheets that have been validated through W3C. We comply with CSS Techniques for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 . CSS are a great way to specify the look of a site, e.g. layout, fonts, colors, leading, margins, typefaces, and other aspects of style without compromising its structure.
- The content of each page is obtainable and functional, even if your browser or user agent does not support stylesheets.
- Font sizes are specified with relative units for easy resizing. Many low-vision users make use of devices to enlarge content displayed on their monitors. By using relative units, these users are able to change the size of the text without much difficulty.