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Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:57:56 -0400 (EDT)
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This message comes to you from the W3C WAI (World Wide Web Consortium
Web Accessibility Initiative) report tool at http://www.w3.org/WAI/report.

URL: http://music.acu.edu/www/iawm/pages/
Date: Tue Oct 19 17:34:34 1999

Your web site has been found to have to one or more accessibility problems.
This is not an automatic evaluation. This message is the result of an 
individual's review of your page or site (refer to the cc: field). This
person experienced difficulty accessing your page either due to a disability
(visual, auditory, physical, or cognitive) or due to device limitations
(poor connection bandwidth, no support for graphics or support turned off,
a voice interface such as a webphone, etc.). Please consider their comments

with: and Lynx32 (2.8.2rel.1 and Opera 3.6

The reviewer found the following accessibility problems with your
page or site. Each item is followed by a link to relevant information
in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (that you can find at

     Missing or inappropriate alternative text for an Image or Animation
          (Refer to Checkpoint 1.1)
     Missing structural elements (H1-H6, UL, OL, etc.)
          (Refer to Checkpoint 3.5)
     Invalid HTML
          (Refer to Checkpoint 11.1)
     Missing long description for graphics
          (Refer to Checkpoint 1.1)
     Color contrast insufficient
          (Refer to Checkpoint 2.2)
A well designed site that uses alternative text particularly well -- the only negative comment that i have is that the use of graphics to display text may not allow low vision users to use the page easily, but that could be remedied by the low vision user turning image loading off. i'd also recommend that the use of physical markup (i.e. FONT=

Additional subjective comments from the reporter: 
    Mostly Accessible with no visual

Your name and the url of your page, along with the names of other
page reviewed using this tool, have been entered in a W3C WAI database
that we maintain (currently implemented as an archived mailing list
visible at http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/wai-report-db).

Please take the time to review this report and take action
on the problems reported. If you have questions, please notify us
at mailto:wai-report@w3.org, so that we can re-evaluate your page.

Note. These comments were made by someone who visited your Web
site who may not be affiliated with W3C or the WAI. For this reason,
WAI does not take responsibility for the accuracy of this report nor
the comments made in the report. For more information about the W3C
Web Accessibility Initiative please visit http://www.w3.org/WAI.


From Gregory J. Rosmaita
using the W3C WAI Accessibility Initiative Report Tool
Received on Tuesday, 19 October 1999 17:57:57 UTC

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