||MANILA is committed to ensuring that its site is accessible
to all users. If you encounter a problem accessing MANILA's site or if
you would like to provide us feedback, please contact us.
MANILA makes its information accessible to all individuals, including
individuals who use assistive technology to access its Web site and
individuals who log in from slow connections.
- A brief alt-text tag
that identifies the image or its function accompanies all essential
images on this site. Note that if you are using a graphic browser,
alt-text tags are visible only if the browser's automatic image-loading feature
is turned off.
- Some layout tables are used on this site but page content should
even when the page is linearized.
- Browsers should be set without their backgrounds
as white and browser colors should enable a contrast between page text
The MANILA Web site has been tested for use with assistive technology
such as screen readers, keyboard controls, and alternative input devices.
addition, the Web site has been tested for use with several browsers, including
Navigator, Internet Explorer, Opera, and text equivalents. MANILA is committed
to eliminating the digital divide. The MANILA staff has designed pages
with low bandwidths that do not require plug-ins.
The MANILA Web site meets the web-based Intranet and Internet information
and applications requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act,
detailed in § 1194.22. The site has also undergone consistent checks
for validation and meets both Bobby and W3C standards.
If you would like to view this site in large print, there are commands
for each browser that allow you to change print size.
- "Ctrl+]" ("Ctrl+[") will increase (decrease)
the font size in NetsMANILAe Navigator 4.6 and below.
- For newer Netscape versions,
use "Ctrl++" and "Ctrl+-" to
increase and decrease print sizes.
Go to the "View" menu and click on "Text Size" and
then choose from five print sizes.
If you would like to view this site in a foreign language, use the free on-line
translating tool called Babblefish. MANILA is not responsible for the accuracy
of the translation; there are limitations in machine translations.