On this website the efforts are made to improve the basic menu navigation and labeling in order to provide a simple and effortless navigation experience to visitors using screen-reading software for Web browsing. We will continue to research and implement solutions that bring this website's top-level pages to the usual exemplary level in the areas of accessibility and universal design.
In the development of this website, efforts have been made towards adding a significant number of accessibility features that complement the use of assistive technologies and help to make the website accessible to maximum possible users/visitors, ranging from those who use assistive technologies to those with a low end browser or computer.
This site uses Cascading Style Sheets to control the overall presentation of the website. Turning off the style sheet will affect the visual presentation and may affect the functionality of the website for some users.
This site uses CSS relative font sizes, compatible with the user-specified 'text size' option in visual browsers. Changing the size of the text refers to making the text to appear smaller or bigger from its standard size. There are three options provided to you to set the size of the text that affect readability. These are:
The website allows you to change the text size in three different ways, by clicking on the text size icons present at the top of each page and through Accessibility Options page.
Following different options are provided in the form of icons which are available on the top of each page:
Necessary links were assigned 'TITLE' attributes to describe the target in greater detail. Users of assistive technology may wish to set screen reader options to take full advantage of this feature.
Images used in this site include a descriptive 'ALT' attribute. Those images which are purely decorative or used for layout include a null 'ALT' attribute.
Screen reader table functions within screen readers may be used on this site. The tables are properly coded to take advantage these functions. Example: Using JAWS in Internet Explorer use Alt+Ctrl+Up or Down Arrow to properly read a table with table headers.
Changing the contrast scheme refers to applying a suitable background and text color that ensures clear readability.
High contrast: Applies black color as the background and suitable colors to the foreground text on the screen to improve readability
The website allows you to change the contrast schemes in Two different schemes, by clicking on the icons present at the top of each page and through the Accessibility Options page.