The Ontario Museum Association and the developers of this Website have made every effort for this Website to be compliant with the Level A accessibility standards of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (http://www.w3.org/WAI/WCAG2A-Conformance.html):
- Web pages validate against HTML 4.01
- Web pages use and declare UTF-8 character encoding
- Web pages on this site use valid Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 and some level 3 (CSS2 and CSS3). All core website content and functionality are available without CSS.
- The Website uses Cascading Style Sheets for visual layout to improve content accessibility, as well as consistency and flexibility between pages
- All text contrast is W3C compliant and the Website code allows for users to increase or decrease the size of text content
- Text-equivalents are provided for all images, including graphical representations of text (including symbols), images used as list bullets, spacers, and graphical buttons.
- The website is effectively viewable at every screen resolution (including 1024x768 with no horizontal scroll bar at the bottom of the screen).
- OMA Members are instructed and encouraged to include descriptive alternative text ("alt") attributes for multimedia, including images, video and audio. Where applicable, transcripts of multimedia will also be encouraged.