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Display and Compliance

This website will display on any common access device, including mobile devices, without any change in content or functionality.

 

This website is standards compliant for: Standards compliance extends to the custom error pages (e.g., 404 Not Found) used by this website.

 

At the bottom of the website, you will find links to allow you to check compliance for yourself.

 

Should CSS be unavailable, or turned off, in your browser, all information will be displayed logically.

Access Keys and Keyboard Input Support

Keyboard input is supported.

 

The Access Key, for Main Navigation elements and Tabs, is the first letter of the navigation link. All Access Keys are indicated by the addition of an underline, for example, Accessibility.

 

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Additional Link, Input, and Abbreviation Information

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End-of-page Navigation

At the end of every page is a Site Map* link followed by a Navigation link, which, when selected, will take you to the Site Map page, or the beginning of the Main Navigation, respectively.

 

* The Site Map link does not appear on the Site Map page.
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