Web Site Navigation & Accessibility
Web accessibility means access to the Web by everyone, regardless of disability or technology used. We have tried to make this web site accessible not only for users with disabilities, but also for users with legacy technology. Our Site Map
page summarizes and provides a roadmap to our web site.
We have kept the same look and feel for all pages, to provide the users with a familiar setting throughout the web site. All pages have been properly identified and include the same navigation scheme to help users navigate the site with ease. There is also a secondary navigational scheme which helps you locate related links just as easily.
We have purposely left the standard hypertext link format: underlined blue for unvisited links and underlined purple for the visited ones. This is so that all links are easily identifiable. The hypertext formatting is only used for links, no other text is blue or purple and underlined.
All images include captions to the images so that browsers will be able to 'read' them for users with disabilities or for users with older computers.
We have dedicated long hours to bring you a very informative and user-friendly web site. We hope you find our pages useful and visit us often.
If you would like to know more about web accessibility for users with disabilities, please visit the World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative web page.
We appreciate any suggestions you may have to help you navigate our website easier or more informative. Please send your comments or suggestions to: email@example.com.