C-ID was developed to be in compliance with California Government Code 11135, which requires such technologies to meet the accessibility requirements of Section 508 of the federal Rehabilitation of 1973, as amended (29 U.S.C. Sec. 794d). Our goal is to make the C-ID application accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities.
Web platforms and services are evolving constantly as is the support for assistive computer technologies. We welcome your feedback for improving the usability and accessibility of web applications and services. Please share your feedback or concerns with firstname.lastname@example.org so we may improve the service for all participants.
Web browsers provide support for a variety of keyboard commands to support navigation and interaction without requiring the use of a mouse. The following table includes common keyboard commands:
|Keystroke||Windows||Mac OS X|
|Increase Text Size||Control+Plus Sign||Command+Plus Sign|
|Decrease Text Size||Control+Minus Sign||Command+Minus Sign|
|Restore Text to Default||Control+0||Command+0|
|Move forward through form fields||Tab||Tab|
|Move backward through form fields||Shift+Tab||Shift+Tab|
|Go back a page||Alt+Left Arrow||Command+Left Arrow|
|Go forward a page||Alt+Right Arrow||Command+Right Arrow|
|Close the window||Control+W||Command+W|
Additional keyboard commands may be found for the following supported web browsers:
Reporting an Issue
The CCCTC strives to test various assistive technologies and web browsers to ensure a positive user experience. However, some assistive technology and web browser combinations may function better than others. If you cannot access content or use a feature due to a disability, please report the issue to:
CCC Technology Center
3536 Butte Campus Drive
Oroville, CA 95965
Helpful feedback may include:
- What you were trying to do
- What technologies you may have been using
- The barrier or issue you encountered
- The web address where you experienced the issue
For more information about providing feedback, please see Contacting Organizations about Inaccessible Websites from the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) for tips regarding what information you could provide so we can make improvements.