Accessibility Statement

Standards Compliance

  • Pages on this site are approved by Bobby to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
  • Pages on this site are Section 508 approved, complying with all of the U.S. Federal Government Section 508 Guidelines.
  • The pages on this site validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
  • The pages on this site use semantic markup.
  • This site does not use the Fahrner Image Replacement method to replace text with images; instead it uses a text-indent technique so that screen readers will be able to read text that is replaced by images.
  • The headers are replaced using the SIFR replacement method so that only users with JavaScript & Flash enabled will see the custom header text. Other users will have styled xhtml.


  • The majority of the links use title tags unless the text in the link is fully descriptive of the target.
  • When read out of context, the links were written to make sense.

Access keys

On this site we have set up a few access keys that you can use to jump to popular links on the pages. If you are using windows, you can use access keys by pressing alt + access key. On Macintosh, you will want to use control + access key.

All the pages on the site use the following access keys:

  • Access key 1 - Home
  • Access key 2 - Skip to content
  • Access key 3 - About Us
  • Access key 4 - Computers
  • Access key 5 - How You Can Help
  • Access key 6 - Scrapbook
  • Access key 7 - Contact Us


  • All images used in the html pages in this site use alt tags. If the image is purely a design element, the alt tags are empty so that the image will not be read by screen reader.

Visual Design            

  • This page uses cascading style sheets instead of tables for layout.
  • This page is easily viewed and read if your browser does not support cascading style sheets.


For more information on site accessibility, check out Knowbility for developer resources.

Last Updated: January 4, 2008