The webmaster of Mostly Medieval has taken steps to ensure that the pages on this Web site are at least minimally accessible to people who use assistive technology to access the Internet.
- Access keys assigned
- Skip to content link in place
- Title tags on links which may not be clear
- Pages have rel=home and site map links
- Relative text sizes are used
- Viewable without CSS
- CSS conforms to W3C standards
- HTML conforms to W3C XHTML 1.0 Strict standards
- External links open in same window
- Limited use of Java scripts
- Limited use of decorative graphics
- Design tested at Vischeck for simulations of three types of color vision deficiency (Deuteranope, Protanope, and Tritanope) in an attempt to verify sufficient contrast of colors.
- Z - Jump to content
- X - Top of page
- 0 - Accessibility features
- 1 - Site Map
- 2 - Ballads section
- 3 - Beasties section (Beasts in Myth and Legend)
- 4 - Book of Days section (Holy days and festivals)
- 5 - God and War section (Religious orders, Celtic church, saints)
- 6 - Heraldry section
- 7 - Medicine section
- 9 - Feedback (Send email to the Webmaster)
An attempt has been made to follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0, which are standards created by the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). WCAG 1.0 compliance levels are described as single-A (meets all Priority 1 Checkpoints), double-A (meets all Priority 1 and 2 Checkpoints), and triple-A (meets all Priority 1, 2, and 3 Checkpoints).
The pages that make up this Web site have been validated individually by several online services to measure accessibility standards. To the best of my knowledge the pages in this Web site conform to U.S. Government Section 508 (Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards) Guidelines and a minimum of the double-A compliance level.
If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact me.
This is the text-only version of Exploring the Middle Ages. To visit the mirror-site, which uses Java scripts and graphics, go to: www.mostly-medieval.com/explore/index.htm.
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