Webprofessionals.org is committed to providing the best user experience and a robust web site that is accessible and usable to everyone.
This web site aims to conform to Level AAA compliance as articulated by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 W3C Recommendation 5-May-1999 (WCAG).
Please note: Certain elements of this website including our audio podcast are not 100% accessible. When possible, we outline the topics covered in text with links to additional resources. On occasion we will transcribe the audio but this is often not the case. To turn this around, we would like to call on the Web professional community to volunteer some of their time to assist us with this. If you have an interest please contact us.
If you use an assistive technology and are having problems accessing the content of the site, please contact us for further assistance.
For those web users whose browsers support access keys, the web site has been programmed so that the primary sections of the site are accessible without the use of a mouse:
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In general, access keys require the user to hold down either the ALT (Windows) or Control (Macintosh) key while clicking the desired access key. The ENTER key is also required for Windows users. For instance, for Windows users to get to the Homepage, they should type ALT-h and then ENTER.