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Accessibility - math department website
Accessibility - Philosophy Department
Accessibility - Tammy Tran
Accessibility Assignment SEE
Accessibility Submission, Andrew Palma
Accessibility Submission, Ghassan Abu-Ghaida
Accessibility Submission, Ian King
Accessibility Submission, Janahan Sivaraman
Accessibility Submission, Kevin Van
Accessibility, Jennifer Gorski
Accessibility, Mark Stewart
Accessibility, Matt Orlove
Aida's Home Page
Aida's Login Page
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Text-alternatives (Partial Implementation)
The homepage has at least 15 images and I only found one with an alternate text. The alternate text however was not very descriptive of the picture. For example, they used
for the alternate text of the pictures in the “spotlight” section of the page instead of describing the picture.
Time based media (Not applicable)
No time based media found
I disabled the CSS on the homepage and the structure and organization of the information stayed the same.
Distinguishable (Partial Implementation)
The page does not display links consistently. The links on the page were either red or blue. Some of them were bolded and some were regular weight.
The word announcement was in red and bold, but it wasn’t a link.
The text size is resizable
Keyboard Accessible (Complete)
There were no keyboard traps and the page was accessible using only the keyboard. I was able to navigate from the top of the page to the bottom using only my keyboard.
Enough Time (Not applicable)
Nothing on the website is timed
The website doesn’t have anything that flashes or anything that could cause a seizure
Pages have descriptive titles and contain an easy to access navigation bar at the top.
There is also a drop down box in the navigation bar that has links to the most popular pages.
Readable (Partial implementation)
There was no sign language interpretation.
The text was easy to read and organized well with correct margins and spacing. There were not a lot of unusual words.
The layout and organization of information is consistent. The navigation is at the top and the main content in the middle, so users who use a magnifier won’t have any problems.
Input Assistance (Not applicable)
I did not find anything on the website that requires user input.
Compatible (Not implemented)
There were a lot of missing end tags, which could possibly cause an assistive program/software to crash.
help on how to format text
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