Site Accessibility and Help

This site is designed to be accessible to all, including people with disabilities. The Trace R&D Center has been a leader in development of web accessibility guidelines since their beginning.  You can read more about our involvement on our Success Stories page on WCAG.  Please note that our website links to many other websites and online resources which we do not own or control, and therefore, we cannot take responsibility for the accessibility of websites that we may link to.

Site Accessibility

On October 1, 2012, all web pages at http://trace.wisc.edu conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.0 at Level Double-A. The specifications that this content “relies upon” are XHTML 1.0. The technologies that this content “uses but does not rely upon” are:  RDFa, WAI-ARIA 1.0, JavaScript, CSS3, CSS2, PDF, GIF, PNG and JPEG. Content was tested using a variety of user agents and assistive technologies.

We strive to ensure that the content provided on this site is as accessible as possible. We wish to thank Ben Caldwell and Pushing7 for their help in both creating this website as well as ensuring that it is as accessible as possible.

Site Help

If you need help accessing or navigating our site, please do not hesitate to let us know by sending us an email at outreach@trace.wisc.edu.

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