general disclaimer

In this disclaimer main documents refers to all pages with the exception of the demos in the opera.vox section.

conformance statement

Markup
All pages have valid markup:
XHTML 1.0
All main documents are valid XHTML 1.0 Strict
XHTML+Voice 1.2
The demos in the opera.vox section are valid XHTML+Voice 1.2
Meta Data
All documents specify two profiles to define link relationships:
csant 1.0 profile
http://csant.info/profile/1
XFN 1.1 relationships meta data profile
http://gmpg.org/xfn/11
Style Sheets
All pages have valid style sheets:
CSS 2.1
All pages are styled with valid CSS 2.1 style sheets
CSS3 Speech
The demos in the opera.vox section are styled with CSS3 Speech in the Opera+IBM implementation

accessibility statement

Access Keys
Most browsers allow you to directly activate links by pressing keys defined on the web site. This site defines the following access keys, available on all main documents:
Access key 0
Home page
Access key 1
Web Design Chapter
Access key 2
Software Chapter
Access key 3
Accessibility Chapter
Access key 4
Music Chapter
Access key 5
Opera Voice Chapter
Access key 6
Help Chapter
Access key 7
Various More Things
Accessibility Compliance
  1. All documents are Bobby AAA approved, complying with all priority 1, 2, and 3 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
  2. All documents are Section 508 approved, complying with all guidelines of the U.S. Federal Government Section 508 Guidelines.

usability statement

Signature
The site has a signature on the root element of all main documents: the ID csant-info allows users to override the site specific styles with custom user style sheets.
Semantic Markup
Structured semantic markup has been used, and display has been rigorously separated from structure and content
Styles
Style sheets for screen, handheld and speech are provided. I am working on adding styles for projection as well as print.
Navigation
Text or speach browsers as well as some better equipped graphical browsers know how to handle navigation links in the head and offer a great help to ease moving around on the site. To be most comfortable for text or speach browsers they have been arranged in the following order:

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