This website respects W3C consortium WAI/WCAG Accessibility standards.
These symbols should be put at the bottom of each page.
We decided to put thme here, in order to make your browsing easier.
A page bearing this symbol claims to be certified by W3C as 100% compliant with XHTML 1.0 standard.
XHTML is the new standard in writing web pages created by W3C itself.
Internet Explorer 6 is not compliant with this standard, so we tried to fix this site also
for that browser. Consider downloading a standard browser, there are many free good programs
around the net.
One of the best is Firefox.
W3C consortium websites is:
This symbol it's quite similar to the one before.
It means that the page bearing it uses CSS standard todefine website style.
A style can describe the background colour of pages, colour and dimension of texts, but
also the way Speech Browser will read a page and many other things.
This site can be viewed also WITHOUT CSS compliant browser, with no losses in contents.
Pages bearing this symbol claim to be certified as 100% compliant with WAI/WCAG 1.0
standard for Web Content Accessibility.
This standard defines rules for creating visible websites also for people with disabilities.
There are three levels of compliance: A, double A and triple A. Our site is Triple A, this means
that we respect also minor rules for accessibility.
For more information about Web Content Accessibility, take a look at this link:
A page bearing this symbol claims to be tested as Triple A by Bobby website, which you can find
Bobby can test a website against WAI/WCAG or U.S. section 508 acessibility guidelines.
this site is Triple A.
Bobby is very strict so we're proud to have this symbol in our website.
A page bearing this symbol claims to be tested by Cynthia Says, which can be reached with this link:
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