Should you have any difficulty accessing this website in any manner, email me at email@example.com for support.
Commitment to Accessibility
I’m committed to accessibility. It is my policy to ensure that persons with disabilities have full and equal access to my digital offerings.
I welcome any feedback on the performance and accessibility of this website. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide feedback.
KrisRivenburgh.com strives to conform to WCAG 2.1 AA standards to ensure digital offerings are fully accessible.
KrisRivenburgh.com is compatible with most major Internet browsers including Chrome, FireFox, and Safari.
However, there is at least one ongoing browser-side issue with the use of Firefox and Safari on Mac with the Catalina update. This affects tab and focus.
In the end, it seems to be an issue related to Firefox and Mac since Catalina OS:
Firefox used to take the value from the user settings in
System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts so just by checking the
"Use keyboard navigation to move between controls" checkbox you could navigate using the keyboard. But that’s not working anymore.
Thankfully it has a quite easy solution:
- Go to
- Search for
accessibility.tabfocusand check that it’s set to type
- Remove it and select
- Click on the add button and then enter the value
- This should work.
KrisRivenburgh.com may not perform optimally on Internet Explorer and older browser versions.
As the sole owner and operator of KrisRivenburgh.com, I am responsible for all coordinating accessibility efforts.
KrisRivenburgh.com has been manually audited and scanned using automated software to ensure accessibility.
Training and Education
I have personally taken training administered by Karl Groves of Tenon.io and Jared Smith of WebAIM.org. I have also undergone dozens of hours of informal training and education.
Through genuine effort and commitment including manual evaluations, consulting, and remediation, I believe KrisRivenburgh.com adheres to best practices for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
NVAccess.org offers the NVDA screen reader for free.
You can learn more about the right to equal access for all Americans at ADA.gov.
Section508.gov provides numerous resources for making accessible websites and maintaining them.
W3C and WCAG 2.1 provide technical guidelines and examples for what web accessibility should be.
Accessible.org provides web accessibility information and services.