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The following accessibility statement is intended to apply to all those areas of the Soul Train web site that have been designed to comply with accessibility guidelines.
Access Keys Back To Top
The site uses Access Keys to improve navigation. An Access Key is a key combination used to gain instant access to important or common parts of the site. Most browsers support access keys - please refer to the appropriate browser help files for information on how to use Access Keys. All pages on this site define the following access keys:
Where there are form elements on a page the access key relating to each form element is shown in the form element label as an underlined character.
Accessibility Software Back To Top
The site was tested using IBM Home Page Reader Version 3.0, Jaws Version 5.51 and GW Micro Windows Eyes Professional Version 4.5.
Accessibility Style Preferences Back To Top
The site offers users the facility to customise font size and colour schemes to suit their individual needs. Users can elect to save their chosen styles such that their preferences will be automatically applied to the site when revisited in the future. Any user preferences that are saved will be stored for a maximum of one month. If the user elects not to save their accessibility style preferences any customised style will not persist between visits. The site has been designed to comply with accessibility features offered by the leading browsers. For more information on accessibility features offered by your browser please consult your browser help facility.
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Navigation Aids Back To Top
All pages within this site use a clear and consistent navigation style. Navigation elements are positioned at the top of each page before the main content. Navigation elements consist of a 'Skip Navigation' element, a Breadcrumb Trail and any page-relevant links. The Skip Navigation link can be used to bypass the navigation elements and pass straight to the main content. Breadcrumb Trails indicate the user's path through the site to the current page. For example, Home > Site Map indicates the user has passed from the Home Page to the Site Map.
Standards Compliance Back To Top
We have endeavoured to ensure that all pages within this site comply with all priority
1, 2 and 3 guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative
(WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Double-A standard. Meeting these guidelines relies
upon judgement as the guidelines are intentionally vague and can not be tested definitively.
However, having reviewed the guidelines every effort has been made to ensure all pages
comply with the guidelines.
All pages in this site are Bobby AAA approved.
All pages in this site have been successfully validated by LIFT for Macromedia Dreamweaver.
All pages comply as being HTML 4.01 Transitional as tested by the W3C MarkUp Validation Service.
The stylesheets used in this site validate as CSS as tested by the W3C CSS Validation Service.
Style Sheets Back To Top
All pages were created using Cascading Style Sheets allowing the user to adopt their own stylesheet should it be more suited to their particular needs. Please consult the appropriate browser help files for information on how this can be done.
Tab Indexing Back To Top
To ensure device independence a tabbing order allows users to navigate through the site using the Tab key. Every page utilises a logical, linear tabbing order.
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