Accessibility Statement

I am committed to ensuring that this website is accessible to everyone. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the accessibility of this site please email me.


Accesskeys allow you to use your keyboard to navigate through the main or most frequently accessed parts of the website.

The Accesskeys in use on this site are:

Semantic Headings

This site uses heading tags in the following ways:

Many screen readers will allow you to navigate from heading tag to heading tag using the following keystrokes (provided by Juicy Studio):

The Opera browser allows cycling through headings using the following keystrokes:

Abbreviations and Acronyms

Wherever possible abbreviations and acronyms have been marked up to include the full phrase within the title attribute of the tag.

Gez Lemon has written a nifty plugin for Firefox that extracts these tags and displays their meanings. In most modern browsers, hovering over the acronym or abbreviation with the mouse will display the definition within the tooltip.

Relative Font Sizes

To modify the text size in Omni Web, Safari, Firefox, or Internet Explorer 7 use the following key commands:

In Opera the whole page can be zoomed at once using the following key commands:

Building to International Standards

This site is built in accordance with standards as put forth by the W3C. It meets with WCAG 2.0 specifications and is built with Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict markup. Additionally, with a couple of exceptions which poke into the roadmap for the version 3.0 release, the CSS stylesheets validate against the CSS 2.1 specification. By designing against these standards and guidelines the site has increased levels of accessibility and usability for humans (both disabled and not) as well as search engine spiders.

Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License to Joseph Bergantine.