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The LWAW development team works to make this site accessible based on current guidelines. We would like all visitors to be able find health information easily and quickly. If you have difficulties using this site, please tell us by sending your comments to: livewell@livewellagewell.info 

Usability and Accessibility Features

While browsing this site, you will find a number of features that will help you to find the information you are looking for:

Finding your place in the site  - The navigation list across the top of all pages shows each section of the site. Each section represented with a identifying titles and unique colors at the top of each page. If a section has more than one page you will find links to these pages in the left column.
Returning to the home page  - When you want to return to the home page, you can click on the Home Link (at the most top, left corner on every page).
Image hints- Each image is described with information contained in alt tags.  This information will be interpreted with screen readers, or to see the hint, move your mouse over the option and wait for a couple of seconds. The hint will appear.

Accessibility and Usability Standards

Making a site accessible to everyone who wants to use it is important, and we have tried to ensure that our site is completely accessible to all.

This site uses XHTML 1.0 Transitional and and has been evaluated on the basis of Priority 1 items in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.  Both tables and CSS are used for layout. Some browsers do not support all features in CSS and as a consequence you might experience irregularities in the design.

Online tools have been used to test this site against:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0*, 5.0, 5.5
  • Netscape Navigator 4.7*, 6.01
  • Mac 5.0
  • Foxfire 1.5

    *denotes some design irregularities.

Site last reviewed: March 25, 2013

The content and opinions expressed on this Web page do not necessarily
reflect the views of nor are they endorsed by the University of Georgia
or the University System of Georgia.

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