Invisible Casualties Foundation (ICF) Web Accessibility
Invisible Casualties Foundation recognizes the importance of providing a web site that is accessible to everyone, including its clients with disabilities. To that end, we are working to satisfy generally recognized guidelines for web site accessibility as embodied in the Worldwide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
This statement is meant to provide an overview of some of the accessibility concepts we are including, and features we are implementing, to help clients with disabilities navigate and utilize the invisiblecasualties.org web site. These features – which incorporate key concepts of web accessibility into our site design – are meant to help improve accessibility in a variety of contexts, including, but not limited to, navigation for screen readers, keyboard navigation, text-only browsers, and use of multimedia content.
Our site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for layout and visual formatting. However, if your browser does not support CSS pages or if CSS has been disabled or over-ridden by a user-defined style sheet, the pages should remain readable.
Text size can be adjusted throughout our site. You can increase/decrease the text size using your browser settings:
Windows Internet Explorer 6 and 7: Select View > Text Size > Larger/Largest.
Windows Internet Explorer 7 and 8: With these browsers, you can zoom in on a web page using the keyboard shortcuts CTRL & + or CTRL & -.
Firefox, Opera and Netscape: Select View > Zoom > Zoom In/Zoom Out or use the keyboard shortcuts CTRL & + or CTRL & -.
Required Software for Certain Areas of Invisiblecasualties.org
Our site makes use of Portable Document Format (PDF). Certain documents on this site are available only in this format, which requires you to download and install the Adobe Acrobat Reader Software. This software is free of charge.
Some pages of our site contain Flash videos, which require that you download the Flash Video Player. In most cases, your browser will have the Flash video player installed.
Please let us know if you have any questions or feedback about our site’s accessibility by contacting us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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