Access Instructions for Users With Disabilities
How the Disability Funders Network Web Site Is Organized
The Disability Funders Network (DFN) Web site is divided into four levels:
- Home page
- Level 1 pages
- Level 2 pages
- Level 3 pages
The DFN home page contains navigational text links to Level 1 pages in two places: The image map version is centered beneath the logo, and text links are located at the bottom of the page. All images are accompanied by Alt-text descriptions.
At the very top of the page are two links: one to this page (structural description and access instructions) and one to a page that provides instructions for checking the version of your present graphical browser and links for browser upgrades. Beneath these links is the DFN logo, a white bridge against a turquoise background, and next to this the head and subhead, “Disability Funders Network: A Bridge Between the Disability Community and Organized Philanthropy.” Centered below is an image map with links to Level 1 pages.
Narrative follows, and text links to Level 1 pages follow all main page content.
Beneath the text links is the Bobby Web accessibility validation symbol, and below this are copyright and update statements, along with contact information.
Level 1 Pages
Each Level 1 page has a navigation bar with image-map links to Level 1 pages. All hotspots, navigation buttons and graphical images include Alt-text descriptions.
Level 2 Pages
All Level 2 pages, which mostly link from Research and Publications on the Resources page, include image-map links (at the top) and text-links to Level 1 pages.
Level 3 Pages
These are generally used for special, time-sensitive documents such as current Disability Funders Network activities and invitations.
Visitors may navigate this site by mouse or by keystroke. Pressing the <Tab> key will advance the user to the next link option, and pressing the <Enter> key will take the user to the linked document or site.