WEBSITE CONTENT ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES
These important guidelines lay out a set of standards website content managers can follow to provide more accessible webpages.
The WCAG 2.0 guidelines make the website experience more user-friendly and accessible to users with disabilities including blindness, low vision, deafness and hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, speech disabilities, photo sensitivity, and combinations of these.
Some of the areas that our staff focuses on are page titles and headers, images with alternative text, appropriate headings, text and font sizes, closed captioning on videos, descriptive hyperlinks, avoiding moving and flashing content, and more.
We work closely with our website hosting service to ensure that our website templates are compliant.
WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY INQUIRES
We are constantly working to improve our webpages. Please let us know if we have missed opportunities to create more accessible content.
If you have difficulty accessing information on our websites please contact us at [email protected] When reporting an error please include the URL (web address) and the information that you had difficulty accessing. Please also include your contact information so that we may contact you – and if appropriate – work with you to provide the content in an accessible format.