Accessibility and Web Standards
Accessibility and Web Standards

METTOP Accessibility and Web Standards

The METTOP Website complies with XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS1 standards, and is compatible with the accessibility requirements of Section 508 and the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

METTOP uses Web standards and follows WAI guidelines to help ensure our website is accessible to users of all technologies. An accessible website is one whose page content can be accessed by traditional (browsers) and non-traditional (handheld devices) user agents, as well as the range of assistive technologies used by people with visual, hearing, mobility, and cognitive impairments.

At METTOP, we know that designing an accessible website can mean the difference between allowing and denying access for individuals whose Web and Internet use differs from our own. By using Web standards and following accessibility guidelines, the METTOP Website can accommodate different user conditions and provide equivalent interactive experiences for years to come.

Although METTOP is committed to accessibility and Web standards, and has tested its website using various online Web page validators, some users may not be able to access all METTOP Website content. If you have difficulty accessing any information on our website, please contact the METTOP Webmaster at

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