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- access key 1 - link to home page
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- the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 priority 2 (WAI-AA)
- all pages validate XHTML 1.1
- the Cascading Style Sheets respect the CSS2 Specification
- the breadcrumb trail - links to all parent folders from the current location to the root
- a link to skip over the navigation area (access key 2) in order to faster reach the main content in text-browsers and speech synthesizers (the link is invisible in visual browsers and it does not affect the graphic layout)
- the website is provided with a search engine (access key 4)
- the navigation for the regular end-users does not imply opening of pop-ups windows (note that some of the administrative pages with more complex functionality do) and the return to the previous page can be easily done through the back button from the browser
- many links have title attributes which describe the link in detail
- links' names make sense out of context
- the links' color is chosen to contrast sufficiently with the background color, and they are distinguishable by having a different text-decoration
- visited links and active ones are marked with different colors
- all content images used in the website include descriptive ALT attributes
- purely decorative graphics include null ALT attributes so they will not be interpreted by speech synthesizers
- this website uses cascading style sheets (CSS and CSS2) for visual layout
- only relative font sizes are used, compatible with the user-specified "text size" option in visual browsers
- if your browser or browsing device used does not support stylesheets at all, the content of each page is still readable and comprehensible
Content structure and other specific elements
- The HTML code of every page starts with the appropriate DOCTYPE declaration:
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- the head element of every page has an unique title specific to its content:
IEBI2010, Expert Groups ToR
- semantically correct markup: the content is well structured and uses the correct HTML tags for the various semantic elements (headers, lists, accessible tabelar information, etc.)
- the forms composing the user interface are well described by labels
I am pleased to address you (s), requesting, if possible, obtain the following publications which are detailed below. In the web page of that site are listed, but I can not download them. How or where you can access them and if they have a cost.
Marta Sanchez-Library-Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria-EEA Rafaela,Argentina
Exploration of Garamba National Park
Mission H. de Saeger (1954-1968)
1964 Fascicule 44: Ticks, Siphonaptera, Acridoidea, Scatopsidae, Genus Plerochila, Phaeochrous-Arten
CLIFFORD, C. E. & ANASTOS, G. Ticks. 40 p., 4 t figs.
SMIT, F. G. A. M. Siphonaptera. 7 p., 1 fig.
DIRSH, V. .M. Acridoidea. 48 p., 2 figs.
COOC, E. F. Scatopsidae. 4 p., 4 figs.
DRAKE, C. J. & RUHOFF, F.A. Genus Plerochila. 13 p., 3 figs.
ENDRÖDI, S. Phaeochrous-Arten. 13 p., 1 fig, 5 tabs.
Exploration of Upemba National Park
Mission by G. F. De Witte (1946-1949)
1962-fascicule-66 Item only translated in French
Posted by martasanchez1 at 24 Sep 2009 15:43:39