HUMANIC.NET strives to make all visitors access to our website as easy as possible. All pages on HUMANIC.NET are constructed according to the WCAG Accessibility Guidelines "A" or "AA" and are consistent with priority 1 and 2 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. The site works with popular web browsers on Windows, Mac OS and Linux and uses stylesheets and relative font sizes for the entire text and users can adjust the font size individually. HUMANIC.NET can be recognized by readers and other accessibility features.
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HUMANIC.NET has designed all pages strictly as XHTML 1.0 and is structured through standards based on semantic mark-ups.Cookies
In order to use all the features of our HUMANIC site, you must enable the security settings of your browser to write "cookies" on your computer. "Cookies" are small pieces of data stored from our website to your hard drive and allow for your recognizability.
Cookies remain on your computer for an indefinite period of time however, they can be deleted at any time. You can easily turn this feature off by changing the security settings of your browser to prevent cookies.Disclaimer
We are constantly striving to meet the guidelines and standards for usability and accessibility. Nevertheless, this is not yet possible in all areas of our site. We are constantly working on improvements to provide accessibility in all areas of HUMANIC.NET.
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