This website (woodstock-nissan.ca) endeavors to be accessible to handicapped visitors, using a variety of modern accessibility technologies. Content on this website is designed to achieve a high degree (99% or better, as measured using the methods described below under “Testing.”). conformity to the international WCAG 2.0 Level AA Accessibility standard.
In addition, it is the policy of this website that content and functionality will be made available to Users, upon request, in an effective and accessible alternative manner.
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Users, viewers, or visitors to this website are defined as all persons employing a web compatible device to navigate to this website with the purpose of seeking to gather information from this website regarding potential purchase or use of its products and services.
Website Accessibility is the concept that persons with disabilities are able to independently use a product or system, employing a web compatible device, suitable assistive technologies such as reader browsers, and websites designed to interact with these tools.
WCAG 2.0 Level AA:
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, often abbreviated WCAG, are a series of standards and recommendations for improving web accessibility. Formulated by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), WCAG standards help make websites useful to more visitors. Level 2.0AA describes a specific level of conformity to these accessibility standards.
This website has as its goal to maintain a high degree of conformity to the Worldwide Web Consortium Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.0, Level AA (WCAG 2.0 Level AA).
However, web technologies evolve rapidly, and the content of this website undergoes almost continuous revision. For these reasons, this website has established a policy of handling emerging Accessibility issues as follows:
Upon learning of a possible accessibility issue on this website, our Accessibility team will:
• Acknowledge receipt of the issue via email.
• Verify that the issue is an authentic accessibility issue.
• Address the need of the User promptly identifying whether the issue requires programming development.
• Provide an estimated date of resolution.
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