ARIN recognizes the importance of making its content available to the widest audience possible and focuses on delivering a rich browsing experience for everyone, including users with disabilities. To provide for the best possible accessibility, ARIN makes a special effort to use semantic markup, provide alternative content for images and media files, and separate content from design.
ARIN's website is compliant to XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS 2.1 standards and incorporates the recommendations of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Section 508. If you are using a browser released prior to 2002, ARIN strongly recommends that you upgrade to the most current version.
If the style sheets used on this website interfere with your browsing experience, you can use your own or disable them. This will significantly alter the look and feel of the website, but the content will still be accessible. Also, if you are using a browser released prior to 2002, ARIN strongly recommends that you upgrade to the most current version.
ARIN will continue to implement new standards as they are adopted, specifically the WCAG 2.0 that recently became a recommendation.
For questions or comments regarding ARIN's website, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org