Every page begins with a 'Skip Navigation' link. Although this link is faintly visible in the far upper left hand corner, it is primarily intended for blind users who rely on screen readers which read pages out loud. Using this link allows users to skip the top navigation bar and quick links and go directly to the text on each page.
You can enlarge or reduce the size of the screen fonts by clicking on the row of letter A's just below the row of photos.
This web site offers special keyboard navigation tools to make keyboard-only navigation easier.
The City cannot endorse a specific type of browser, but our own testing has shown that Firefox, the free web browser from the Mozilla project, is the most consistently reliable in allowing users to navigate using these commands. The navigation also works well with Microsoft Internet Explorer 7, but not with Internet Explorer 6 or previous versions. These keyboard navigation features are not supported, as of this writing, by Safari, Camino or OmniWeb.
On all pages:
On pages with two columns of text:
The tab order of pages is always top to bottom, left to right. You should be able to tab sequentially through all links if your browser supports tabbing through links, but some don't.
All images should be accompanied by ALT tags. If you find one that isn't, please let us know.