Color schemes can be changed by user (black on white, newspaper beige, white on black, yellow on blue and black on light blue).
Page works with or without styles.
Page works with or without images displayed.
Links do not open new windows or popups (default setting).
Accessibility features (top right) include a skip link keypad linked to the 12 issues shown on the page (full year pages only). Feature aids proper horizontal positioning especially for screen readers and screens that only display a partial width of the page
Footer font size is small. Visible skip links font size is small. Default font size for lists is small.
List items do not use heading tags, so they cannot be skipped to quickly.
Page uses tables solely for presentation.
archives.html is the Newswest listings of articles and authors
browsers at 800 by 600 pixel resolution or higher. Use on
narrower screens 320 pixels wide is possible, showing a single
column at a time.
Page organizes the information in 3 columns. Once loaded
preference settings for color scheme and font size.
Cookies are set through use of upper right accessibility
for searches of on-line archived articles.
About archives2008.html through archives2011.html.
Similar to the 3 month archives.html are the 12 month pages.
The author and article lists are present in pages by year 3 columns
wide by 4 rows. At the top of each column is a skip link to skip
down to the other rows.
to accessibility color and font size cntrols, nor the links pointing
to the archive by month.
Self hiding accessibility features at the top left works best in;
IE8, FireFox 3.5, Safari 5, Google Chrome 5 and NS8 Firefox mode. Opera 10.6 or later.
Works too with special code to make tabs select links. NS8 IE mode ignores it?
Page may use some fixed fonts currently (to verify).
Browser options to change page zoom, font size, or page styles.
These do generally work in recent browsers.
we do not recommend;
Bookmarklet Tool bar addons. (they are still to be tested)
Graphics are not used to represent text.
A few graphics are used to represent double arrow buttons.
Ignoring these graphics, view alt text instead.
All 5 color schemes tested againt AERT levels.
Where contrast is low generally the information lacks importance,
lacks function or provides alternate access..
Try a different pre-defined color style (Link is in top right accessibility menu).
Browser options to view page with no styles if areas of lower
contrast are a problem for the user.
No pop-ups are used.
Dynamic content is limited to accessibility functions.
Some Lists can also be found in an alternate format
in the Newswest On line easyread section.