Accessibility Statement

We are committed to providing a website that is accessible to individuals with disabilities, in conformance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, Level A & AA.

We welcome your feedback. If you encounter any accessibility barriers or otherwise have difficulty using our website due your disability, please contact us.

WCAG Checklist

To the best of our knowledge, and when applicable, we have complied with the WCAG Checklist as listed below:

Offer text alternatives for non-text content

Add alt text to images, audio, and video. Add names to controls, like “Order”. Allow assistive technologies to ignore decorative non-text content.

Provide alternatives to multimedia

Upload transcripts for audio and video content. Place or link transcripts near the audio or video content. Record audio tracks and/or audio descriptions for videos. Add captions to videos. Provide sign language interpretation for multimedia.

Allow the separation of information and structure

Use proper and valid HTML. Add easy-to-understand labels to forms. Organize and divide content into subheadings. Ensure any information conveyed with color is visually evident without color. Prevent content understanding from relying on the content’s shape, size, or location.

Distinguish foreground information from background information

Achieve a luminosity contrast ratio of 10:1 .Install a mechanism that turns off background audio that plays automatically. Remove background noise from audio. Make background noises 20 decibels less than foreground noises. Allow customization of background colors, foreground colors, text spacing, and text size.

Allow website functions via the keyboard interface

Disable features that use timed keystrokes. Remove instances that require a device besides a keyword.

Give users time limit controls

Allow the pausing of moving or animated text Allow the delay of update frequencies Give users the option to adjust, extend, or disable time limits except for real-time events

Help users avoid content that could cause seizures

Delete content that flashes more than three times per second. Add user controls to moving, blinking, scrolling, or auto-updating content. Remove pop-ups.

Offer ways for users to find, use, and navigate content

Add a “Skip to Content” link and make it visible. Upload an HTML sitemap. Allow site search. Build a logical navigation menu. Make your navigation menu consistent across your site. Use breadcrumb navigation. Save user data, like their shopping cart.

Help users avoid and fix mistakes

Allow elements, like forms, to spot input errors. Offer text suggestions to communicate errors. Allow users to reverse changes and correct errors. Use a confirmation page to summarize a user’s input and the website’s output.

Publish readable and understandable text content

Use HTML to add the page language code

Make content placement and functionality predictable

Follow a logical order for content and elements Write relevant headings for content. Remove idioms and jargon. Explain abbreviations. Add images or diagrams to explain the content. Write the phonetic pronunciation for words or link to pronunciation guides.

Support current and future user agents, plus assistive technologies

Use proper HTML and markup languages

Ensure content is accessible

Allow users to visit and leave content via keyboard functions. Meet the guidelines for helping users avoid content that could cause seizures.