Web Accessibility for the Disabled
This site has been designed using XHTML and CSS, two standards of modern web development, so that as much content as possible is accessible to people who have disabilities.
The page templates of this site have been tested and validated by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and adhere to World Wide Web standards, as validated through their online testing services. Some individual pages may not validate entirely due to certain circumstances. For example, our feedback form uses a coding value that does not validate, but this choice does not impact the experience of our website users. At times we may include some features that do not follow strict Web standards. This might be done for features that would be helpful to some, but not necessary for the majority of visitors to this site.
If you are interested in reading further about Web Accessibility for the Disabled, click here, and you will be taken to the World Wide Web Consortium website for more information.
Readings for today, at the USCCB web site.