Welcome to Virginia's Web Accessibility Template Guide
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Common Banner Code
The latest information on the updated Common Banner can be found here: http://www.vita.virginia.gov/library/default.aspx?id=6442469717
Compliance Checklist for the Web Site Standard (ITRM GOV106-00) Template
In addition to meeting WCAG 1.0 Level A accessibility requirements in the
Accessibility Standard, public websites must adhere to the Web Site Standard’s Template.
will help you keep track.
The Goal of this Site.
The goal of this site is to educate web developers of all skill levels in accessible web design techniques. The site covers both conceptual and technical levels of design, and should support a developer from planning
to publishing. It should be noted that accessibility, and certainly web design; are ever-changing entities.
This web site will be updated and maintained as new techniques and standards are
The Plan of Action.
In order to best help developers learn and start building, this site itself is
the study guide. It has been outfitted with every feature and overcome the most
common obstacles to accessibility. The site is maximally accessible. That is, it
has achieved the most stringent and difficult to obtain accessibility ratings
from the W3C
. Users of this site should be able to use it to create a complete and
full-featured, maximally accessible web site.
This File Was Last Modified: Friday October 31 2014