Web Accessibility Coordination (WAC)

  1. WAC Home
  2. State of UNCG Web Accessibility
    1. 2005—2006
  3. Accessibility Guidelines
    1. Text, Fonts, and Colors
    2. Graphics, Multimedia and Dynamic Content
    3. Image Maps
    4. Tables
    5. Frames
    6. Style Sheets
    7. Scripts, Applets, PDF Files, & Other Applications
    8. Interactivity
    9. Navigation
    10. Programming & Structure
    11. Text-Only Page
  4. Web Accessibility Tools
  5. Web Accessibility Audit
    1. Instructions
    2. Audit Instrument



  • If you repeat navigation bars on a page, let users skip them.
  • Ensure that all links have meaningful text.


  1. Navigation links, menus, or banners are often repeated on each web page. Include a skip to main content link at the top of each page so that screen reader users can save time and don't have to listen to a repeated menu each time they move to a new web page.
  2. Use navigation mechanisms in a consistent manner.
  3. All links should have text that is meaningful. Some users and methods of browsing rely on the link text (and not the surrounding context) to determine the purpose of the link. Link text like “click here” does not provide the user with any useful information about the link.

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Page updated: 06-Feb-2006

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Web Accessibility Coordinators (WAC)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170