ARG is committed to making this website accessible to everyone. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site, or if for any reason you cannot access any of the material on our website, please contact us and we will work with you to resolve the issue.
Alt attributes for images: We use alt attribute to describe an image that a screen reader can “read” to the user. Image that don’t add any meaning to the webpage, such as divider lines, do not have alt attributes.
Headings are used appropriately to convey hierarchy: We use <h1> through <h6> tags for page headings and use them in the proper order (e.g., <h1> precedes <h2>) and we use CSS to style headings.
Visitors can use “Tab” to navigate our site: To move through our site, visitors can use “Tab” to access pages, drop-down menus, open collapse areas, and access dynamic lists such as publications.
Text is stylized using CSS rather than images: We style text using CSS rather than graphics. Users may disable CSS or use their own style sheets.
Our site is readable with stylesheets disabled: If you disable CSS, our site is still readable and logical. It may be less visually appealing, but the site will not lose information.
We label all form elements: A screen reader is able to associate a form’s input elements and labels.
We don’t rely on color to convey meaning: We do not use color to convey important information.
We use descriptive text for links: We do not use “click here” links. Instead, we use descriptive text to initiate action.
We identify links to PDFs, Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, etc: We include the document designation in the link so that it can be read by screen readers
We do not use frames: Frames can be problematic for screen readers if they are not labeled properly. Our site does not use frames.