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ErrorThis page does not comply with all of the automatic and manual checkpoints of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, and requires repairs and manual verification.

Automatic CheckpointsManual Checkpoints
Priority 1Acceptable00Warning917
Priority 2Error13Warning1419
Priority 3Error23Warning77

9 tests, 17 instances on page
GuidelineInstancesLine Numbers
1.1If an image conveys important information beyond what is in its alternative text, provide an extended description. 523, 23, 23, 34, 35
2.1If you use color to convey information, make sure the information is also represented another way. 523, 23, 23, 34, 35
4.1 Identify any changes in the document's language.   
6.1If style sheets are ignored or unsupported, ensure that pages are still readable and usable.   
6.3 Provide alternative content for each SCRIPT that conveys information or functionality.   
6.3 Make sure pages are still usable if programmatic objects do not function.19
7.1 Make sure that the page does not cause the screen to flicker rapidly.   
8.1 Provide accessible alternatives to the information in scripts, applets, or objects.19
14.1 Use the simplest and most straightforward language that is possible.  

1 tests, 3 instances on page
GuidelineInstancesLine Numbers
9.3 Make sure event handlers do not require use of a mouse. 323, 23, 23
14 tests, 19 instances on page
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2.2 Check that the foreground and background colors contrast sufficiently with each other. 614, 23, 23, 23, 34, 35
3.1Where it's possible to mark up content instead of using images, use a markup language.   
3.2 Make sure your document validates to formal published grammars.   
6.4If objects use event handlers, make sure they do not require use of a mouse.   
7.2If this .gif image is animated, make sure it does not contain fast or distracting motion. 134
9.2 Make sure that all elements that have their own interface are operable without a mouse. 19
10.1If scripts create pop-up windows or change the active window, make sure that the user is aware this is happening. 19
11.1 Use the latest technology specification available whenever possible.  
11.2 Avoid use of obsolete language features if possible.122
12.3 Group related elements when possible.  
13.1 Make sure that all link phrases make sense when read out of context.  
13.1 Add a descriptive title to links when needed.  
13.3 Provide the user with a site map or table of contents , a description of the general layout of the site, the access features used, and instructions on how to use them.  
13.4 Provide a clear, consistent navigation structure.   

2 tests, 3 instances on page
GuidelineInstancesLine Numbers
4.3 Identify the language of the text. 12
10.5 Separate adjacent links with more than whitespace. 223, 23
7 tests, 7 instances on page
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4.2 Use the ABBR and ACRONYM elements to denote and expand any abbreviations and acronyms that are present.  
9.4Consider specifying a logical tab order among form controls, links, and objects.  
11.3 Allow users to customize their experience of the web page.  
13.5 Provide navigation bars for easy access to the navigation structure.  
13.8 Provide distinguishing information at the beginning of headings, paragraphs, lists, etc.  
13.9If this document is part of a collection, provide metadata that identifies this document's location in the collection.  
14.3 Use a consistent style of presentation between pages.  

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